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Wiregrass sprouted, and thornbush grew; Nature, the master-camoufleur, completed the work of hiding the forgotten headquarters.
The Cosmic Computer H. Beam Piper 1934
_Leviathan_, which, painted by an English camoufleur, Wilkinson, fairly revels in color designed to confuse the eyes of those who would attack her.
Our Navy in the War Lawrence Perry 1914
The camoufleur, as the camouflage artist was called, speedily extended his activities to screens over highways, preventing airmen from seeing troops in motion, to the protective coloration of lookout posts, and of other necessary factors along the fighting front.
History of the World War An Authentic Narrative of the World's Greatest War Richard Joseph Beamish 1895