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camo

[kam-oh] /ˈkæm oʊ/
noun, adjective, Informal.
1.
camouflage (defs 4, 5).
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  • We were convinced, by the cautious way in which he approached, that it was not camo.

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  • camo had just before come in, and, strange to say, had not seen anything of José.

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  • I had never seen one, but camo had described it to us as we were on our way to the river.

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  • camo and the two other natives agreed to accompany our uncle and Arthur.

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  • “Here you will be perfectly safe, for there is no other path besides the one by which we have come,” said camo.

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British Dictionary definitions for camo

camo

/ˈkæməʊ/
noun (informal)
1.
short for camouflage (sense 2) camo fatigues
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