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camelback

[ kam-uhl-bak ]
/ ˈkæm əlˌbæk /
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noun
the back of a camel: They traveled through the desert on camelback.
a curved back of a sofa or chair, having a central rising section between two lower sections.
adjective
having a shape resembling the humped back of a camel.
adverb
on camelback: to ride camelback.
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