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  • n. Plural form of kodak.

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Examples

  • There are a great many makes of cameras on the market, but even at the risk of advertising one firm more than another it is only fair to say that there is really nothing better in pocket snapshot machines than the kodaks.

    Outdoor Sports and Games

  • Pushing their way through the crowd to the gangplank came men, women and dogs, carrying grips, kodaks, tin cash boxes, musical instruments, army sacks, fur robes, and rolls of blankets.

    A Woman who went to Alaska

  • "Of course you may take all the crackers you wish and as many kodaks as you possess."

    Tabitha at Ivy Hall

  • They were pretty good I think and will probably be the last I shall be able to get as they have ordered all kodaks taken up.

    Robert March Hanes Papers. Selected Letters, 1917-1918

  • At first there was no objection raised to the taking of photographs, but now our friends are getting a little touchy about it, and lock up anybody silly enough to get caught with kodaks or cameras.

    A Journal From Our Legation in Belgium

  • Quoting from the "South Polar Times": "'The Ubdug Burrow' is festooned with kodaks, candles and curtains; they (the Ubdugs) are united by an intense love of the science of autobiography, their somewhat ambiguous motto is 'the pen is mightier than the sword, but the tongue licks them both!'"

    South with Scott

  • Bald Knob, with sandwiches and chicken salad and cake and thermos bottles of coffee and a whole pail of beans and a phonograph with seven records; with recitations and pastoral merriment and kodaks snapping every two or three minutes; with groups sitting about on blankets, and once in a while some one explaining why the scenery was so scenic.

    The Job An American Novel

  • On top of my writing yesterday that I had had no sketches of yours, and no kodaks of Hope, eight came to-night, and oh!

    Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis

  • Mr. Hicks 'tales of the bears had aroused their interest to such a point that as soon as the camp site was selected they loaded their cameras and kodaks and set off immediately to get pictures while the light was favourable.

    The Dude Wrangler

  • Charmian and Martin brought up the rear, armed with kodaks.

    Chapter 17

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