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  • n. Obsolete form of camber.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • No one should neglect by-play of this description; if I live to be strong enough to carry it through, I mean to play "cambre," and I shall spell it "camber."

    Luck or Cunning?

  • Its wings are perfectly flat, forming a true plane, not dished, or provided with a cambre, even, that upward curve, or bulge on the top of the aeroplane surface, which seems to possess such a fascination for many bird flight advocates.


  • I came into a hard, off-cambre turn to the left and knew I was going too fast.

    Cyclingnews News Headlines

  • Despite extensive damage to the Delcambre area in Iberia Parish, school buses for both Delcambre Elementary and Del-cambre High School "will be rolling" this morning, according the Iberia Parish School Superintendent Dale Henderson. -

  • ‘I lowte, I gyue reuerence to one, _Ie me cambre, Ie luy fais la reuerence.

    Early English Meals and Manners


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