verb (used with object), cammed, cam·ming.
Origin of cam1
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Origin of CAM
Related Words for camabsurd, askance, asymmetrical, awry, crazy, crooked, lopsided, ludicrous, nonsensical, preposterous, squint, askant, canted, cross-eyed, strabismic
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Contemporary Examples of cam
You might have suspected it when you saw Mitch and Cam get married.The Gays Are Taking Over TV (Well, Kind Of)
October 1, 2014
Same-sex marriage is legalized in California, meaning that Mitch and Cam (Eric Stonestreet) can get married.Jesse Tyler Ferguson's Personal Stories Behind His 'Modern Family' Marriage Arc
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
August 12, 2014
A former student named Cam Miller attended the hearing in person and offered the last statement.The First Modern School Shooter Feels Responsible for the Rest
May 30, 2014
How monumental, though, that this wedding introduced us, for the first time as husbands, Mitch and Cam.
Then came the clamoring for what people wanted Mitch and Cam to represent, more than what they maybe actually did.
Historical Examples of cam
The morn's mornin' cam, an' by that time I had decided on my plan o' operautions.Camps, Quarters and Casual Places
He's jist as dour as ever, and as far as man could weel be frae them he cam o'!Salted With Fire
And it's no the first time he's been owre there to see me sin' he cam hame!'Heather and Snow
Or again, he would know that the effect could be achieved by a cam.Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I
And as he cam towarde them, he askyd and sayd: is he fat, is he fat?Shakespeare Jest-Books;
Word Origin for cam
abbreviation of camera, by 1990.