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  • noun Plural form of chameleon.

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Examples

  • Cuttlefish, incidentally, have been called the chameleons of the sea because of their remarkable ability to rapidly alter their skin color at will.

    Easter Lemming Liberal News

  • I was browsing through a pet store in October 1986 when I zeroed in on a terrarium full of anole lizards popularly known as chameleons.

    When Animals Speak

  • Cuttlefish, incidentally, have been called the chameleons of the sea because of their remarkable ability to rapidly alter their skin color at will.

    Huck: We Need To Amend The Constitution, Bring It In Line With God

  • By the 1920s, the Anolis lizards, what we used to call chameleons, were a fad in pet stores.

    Pet Project

  • A final group called chameleons are travellers who do not care where they sit because they feel they can fit in anywhere.

    Mr. Barlow's Blog

  • The last group were defined as chameleons - passengers who didn't care where they sat because they were able to fit in anywhere.

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  • VHeadline editor & publisher Roy S. Carson writes: With undeniable perspicacity, in a Sunday editorial, our esteemed VHeadline colleague in Maracaibo, the Reverend Obed Juan Vizcaino Najera regretted the fact that (as we have pointed out editorially several times before) that President Hugo Chavez 'administration is infested with political "chameleons" who have colored themselves precisely to match the revolutionary government and its intentions!

    Venezuela: Pots Calling Kettles Black Immediately Comes to Mind!

  • One only needs to look closely at some public organizations to discover that there are certain sorts of political "chameleons" who have colored themselves precisely to match the revolutionary government and its intentions.

    Chavez' Administration Infested with Political "Chameleons" Who've Colored Themselves Precisely to Match "Red-Red"!

  • Well, there are for crocodilians and testudines, and also for a few charismatic groups such as chameleons and monitor lizards.

    Harduns and toad-heads; a tale of arenicoly and over-looked convergence

  • Well, there are for crocodilians and testudines, and also for a few charismatic groups such as chameleons and monitor lizards.

    Archive 2006-12-01

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