from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Shaped like a hump or an arching curve.
- n. New Orleans A narrow house with one story in front and two in the rear. See Regional Note at beignet.
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- n. The backs of camels.
- n. A flexible water container worn on the back.
- n. A house with a second storey that does not completely cover the ground floor.
- n. A railway locomotive that has its cab in the middle as opposed to at the end.
- n. A camelback sofa or chair.
- n. A type of rubber used in tyre restoration.
- adj. Having a shaped back; particularly a shape with a raised middle.
- adj. Anything shaped like the back of a camel.
The unique "camelback" ride sees you floating on a giant disc along a track at up to 43mph.
Just today, trotting down Hollywood Boulevard on camelback with two fellow members of the CIA that's what we mischievously named our Communist Islamic Alliance!
I throw an mre in my pack with a full camelback of water.
Leave it to Paris Hilton to take “cavorting on camelback” to new heights.
Well .... thanks to you I go to the library instead of buying new books, We got a water filter on our sink and I use my camelback water bottle, that has saved us a TON on buying bottled water.
I like to grab my 3wt orvis superfine, rucksack with camelback and hit up the mountain streams for brookies.
As a CBRN officer I get an issued camelback and rig it to my stabby when very hot and on foot, but I spend most of my time in a panda which thankfully has air con.
Bring it on then find me a box big enough to post my NATO helmet, pads, covvies, boots, respirator, camelback (this may not make it back to stores ….) on November 27, 2009 at 2: 18 pm kKop
Muhammed was convinced I would enjoy being conveyed on camelback.
Are they going to attack us with a tribe of renegades on camelback?