- n. Obsolete form of camis.
“ADDED, 6/10/08: I was just writing this post and I gave it the tag "Albert Camus," and so then, following my usual practice, I did a search in Blogger for all the old posts with "camus" and added the "Albert Camus" tag to all of them.”
“he asks what the man the boy is talking to is reading. his voice sound like cliff from cheers. "camus," he says?”
“Her physiognomy is not distinguished; _nez camus_, as a Frenchman would say; no illustrious steeple, no imposing tower; the water-edge of the town looking bedraggled, like the flounce of a vulgar rich woman's dress that trails on the sidewalk.”
“Guinevere in her white nightdress and mantle of scarlet and _camus_  on one side of the bars, Lancelot outside, exchanging sweet salutes, "for much was he fain of her and she of him," are excellent.”
“Her physiognomy is not distinguished; nez camus, as a Frenchman would say; no illustrious steeple, no imposing tower; the water-edge of the town looking bedraggled, like the flounce of a vulgar rich woman's dress that trails on the sidewalk.”
“This collection includes about 25 years' worth of English writer Geoff Dyer's powerful essays and journalism, on subjects ranging from camus to doughnuts.”
“From the contiguous villages they received a plentiful and regular supply of provisions; mead instead of wine, millet in the place of bread, and a certain liquor named camus, which according to the report of Priscus, was distilled from barley.”
“Also on the show - a recording of a presentation by Cheryl Bryce and Pamela Tudge who are examining how the indigenous peoples living in what is now the City of Victoria might reinstate traditional harvesting practices of an important traditional food - camus.”
“In Oregon, Bear Grylls demosntrates how to distinguish between an edible onion and the poisonous death camus.”
Looking for tweets for camus.