Definition of Cameses

1. camese [n] - See also: camese



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cameses

cameraphones
cameras
cameration
camerawoman
camerawomen
camerawork
cameraworks
camerlengo
camerlengos
camerolaite
cameroon
camerostome
cameræ
cames
camese
cameses (current term)
camest
cameth
camgasite
camgirl
camgirls
cami
camikini
camikinis
camiknickers
caminite
camion
camions
camis
camisa

Literary usage of Cameses

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

1. The New Englander by William Lathrop Kingsley (1874)
"The Greeks are at your doors," said John Randolph to the lady whose wretched servants were neglected, while she made fanciful cameses and capotes for the ..."

2. Life of Galileo Galilei: With Illustrations of the Advancement of by John Elliot Drinkwater] [Bethune (1832)
"... cameses, Saturn, &c." His description of Galileo's childhood is somewhat quaint. " Before others had left making of dirt pyes, he was framing of ..."

3. Lives of Eminent Persons: Consisting of Galileo, Kepler, Newton, Mahomet (1833)
"... he proceeds :—" Italy is affirmed to have been the first that peopled the world after the universal deluge, being governed by Janus, cameses, and Saturn ..."

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