Definition of Camisas

1. camisa [n] - See also: camisa



Lexicographical Neighbors of Camisas

camgirls
cami
camikini
camikinis
camiknickers
caminite
camion
camions
camis
camisa
camisade
camisades
camisado
camisadoes
camisados
camisas (current term)
camisated
camise
camises
camisia
camisias
camisole
camisoles
camlet
camleted
camlets
cammed
cammie
cammies
camming

Literary usage of Camisas

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

1. Notes Upon the Ethnography of Southern Mexico by Frederick Starr, Davenport Academy of Natural Sciences (1902)
"The ordinary camisas, made of purchased cotton cloth, are decorated at the neck and armholes with a band of heavy and coarse open-work in which geometrical, ..."

2. Intermediate Arithmetic by George E. Mercer, Mabel Bonsall (1914)
"If 7 camisas can be made from 28 meters of jusi, how many camisas can be made from 64 ... Since the number of camisas is required, 7 is the third term. ..."

3. Dufief's Nature Displayed in Her Mode of Teaching Language to Man: Or, A New by Nicolas Gouin Dufief, L. Hargous, Manuel Torres (1811)
"I bought a dozen of ruffled Mrts. He comprado una docena de camisas guarnecidas. ... He mandado hacer camisas /lanas. Give me a clean shirt. ..."

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