The ancients denied the existence of the cameleon, treating it as an ideal animal devoid of natural colour.
It is not, however, as emblems that we are about to treat of the lynx and the cameleon.
He was to return to the trawler and seize the hands and bring them to the cameleon.
When asleep, or cold, or dead, the hue of the cameleon is white.
(C.) Excellent, i'faith; of the cameleon's dish: I eat the air, promise-crammed: you cannot feed capons so.
But after keeping on this course for twenty minutes they fell in with the cameleon, and the two vessels came near to each other.
When Field proceeded on board the cameleon he took with him his ship's papers at the lieutenant's orders.