American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A camisole worn as an undergarment.
- n. colloquial A camisole.
- Shortened from camisole. (Wiktionary)
“There was a perpetual rush of ‘machines’, motor-cars and motor-buses — called camiónes — along the one forlorn road coming to Sayula from Guadalajara.”
“Today would be a good day to post the 'cami' shot since half the pics aren't visible.”
“Korenblum, an expert in depression, reviewed the entire transcript of a lengthy conversation between Nadia and 'cami' three days before Nadia died.”
“The two quickly formed a suicide pact, as 'cami' soothed Nadia's worries, eased her guilt and, most disturbingly, repeatedly tried to persuade her to kill herself in front of a webcam, while she watched.”
“I attempted low puppytails, but in combination with the cami it made me feel like I was about to suggest to people that if they wanted to commence a sexual relationship with me they ought to pursue friendship first and that, in fact, what I really really wanted was a ziggah-ziggah-ahh.”
“She pairs them with a "cami" (camisole tank top), a "hoodie" (hooded sweatshirt) and fuzzy slippers.”
“Dove necklace by Amazon. com; peace necklace by Artfulwears. com; dress by SirAlistairRai. com; cami by Swell. com; Hendrix T-shirt by Artezn. com; bag and sandal by Piperlime. com”
“At left, Geldof tie-dye maxi dress, $175 at SirAlistairRai. com; at right Billabong Cabo cami, $29.50 at Swell. com”
“Even worse, it will definitely be the day you decided to wear your hot pink bra under a white cami.”
““Paging Secretary Clinton – please pick up the red phone” …. “armed soldiers in US cami just shot up an elementary school in Oslo ….””
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