from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having camber.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of camber.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bent upward in the middle; arched; convex.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Like the wings of a bird, they are 'cambered', that is to say, they curve upward from the leading edge and downward again to the trailing edge.
The wheelchairs used in the game are different from standard wheelchairs, with "cambered" (angled) wheels that help with turning and stability.
Attach a wide or cambered bar to the top pulley of a pulldown machine and sit down, adjusting the knee pad to fit snugly against your legs.
The previous road, in both cases, had been a simple cambered surface with U-shaped ditches either side.
If you've mastered traditional cambered boards, strapping into the Storm-R will force you to get all Yoda and
The Bosch Kurve, a perfectly cambered downhill right-hander, was an awesome example of the challenge.
Like the sportsmen whose processes it describes and admires, Remainder "fill [s] time up with space," by breaking physical movements, for example, into their component parts, slowing them down; or by examining the layers and textures of a wet, cambered road in Brixton as a series of physical events, rather than emotional symbols.
You could play me in tennis or if you insist, just send the $2,000 so I can get a cambered tennis wheelchair, whichever.
This soul is malnourished, cries in cambered sleep of gap-tooth hunger pangs, stern visions steep in drear whirlpools of bare-bones dreams shattered, littering drained and dourly silent settling pans.
You'll notice the kids' chairs look huge; the wheels are cambered angled outwards and there's a bumper rim along the front.
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