Definition of Cammies

1. cammie [n] - See also: cammie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cammies

camisadoes
camisados
camisas
camisated
camise
camises
camisia
camisias
camisole
camisoles
camlet
camleted
camlets
cammed
cammie
cammies (current term)
camming
camo
camoed
camogie
camogies
camoing
camomile
camomile tea
camomiles
camonflet
camonflets
camorras
camorrist
camorrista

Literary usage of Cammies

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1. Precis of the Archives of the Cape of Good Hope by H. C. V. Leibbrandt, Jan van Riebeeck (1905)
"cammies ; free black ; and Sylphia, ditto ; both of Sama- rang, given passage to Batavia in the ship " Het Loo " ; and the latter may take with her her ..."

2. U. S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: With Marine Forces Afloat in edited by Ronald J. Brown (2000)
"The Marines came ashore wearing woodland green cammies and carrying a one-day ammunition supply, two days of rations, and full NBC gear including CPOG suits ..."

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