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  • n. Plural form of camouflet.

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Examples

  • Thus, by a sort of infiltration from below upwards, with the aid of metaphor, that incalculable, trajectory slang mounts from the cavern to the Academy; and Poulailler saying: “I light my camoufle,” causes Voltaire to write: “Langleviel La Beaumelle deserves a hundred camouflets.”

    Les Miserables

  • A few months later Railway Wood became a scene of much mining activity, and mines and camouflets were sprung either by the

    The Story of the "9th King's" in France

  • Thus, by a sort of infiltration from below upwards, with the aid of metaphor, that incalculable, trajectory slang mounts from the cavern to the Academy; and Poulailler saying: "I light my camoufle," causes Voltaire to write: "Langleviel La Beaumelle deserves a hundred camouflets."

    Les Miserables, Volume IV, Saint Denis

  • Academy; and Poulailler saying: "I light my camoufle," causes Voltaire to write: "Langleviel La Beaumelle deserves a hundred camouflets."

    Les Misérables

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