Definition of Camelots

1. camelot [n] - See also: camelot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Camelots

camelid
camelids
camelina
cameline
camelines
camelish
camellia
camellias
camellike
cameloid
cameloid anaemia
cameloid cell
cameloids
camelopard
camelopards
camelots (current term)
camelpox
camelpox virus
camelries
camelry
camels
camelshair
cameltoes
camemberts
cameo
cameo lighting
cameoed
cameoing
cameos

Literary usage of Camelots

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Paris of the Parisians by John Frederick Macdonald (1900)
"cried the camelots. " Mounet-Sully's beards have been singed," murmured the ... Still, the camelots kept up their cry and carried it all over Paris, ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1889)
"Along the cafes the camelots cry the second edition of Paris or 2м France. ... Other camelots ..."

3. A Description of the Coasts of East Africa and Malabar in the Beginning of by Duarte Barbosa (1866)
"They also bring to this city of Ormuz, quicksilver, vermillion, rose-water, brocade and silk stuffs, scarlet woollens, coarse camelots, and silk. ..."

4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1889)
"The openings to the bridge are a great place for camelots, ie, the cheap Jacks of that period, and likewise for recruiting sergeants, who employ all sorts ..."

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