verb (used with object), cam·let·ted, cam·let·ting.
Origin of camlet
Examples from the Web for camlet
Camlet suits me better than brocade, and a basket of fresh eggs better than a gold-enamelled snuff-box.Stray Pearls|Charlotte M. Yonge
Camlet, kam′let, n. a cloth originally made of camel's hair, but now chiefly of wool and goat's hair.
Conway went below, and in a few minutes a young seaman, dressed in a camlet jacket, made his appearance.A Tale of Two Tunnels|William Clark Russell
I detain you a moment at the words "scarlet of Cyprus, or camlet."Val d'Arno|John Ruskin
Mr. Camlet, you have been so kind to me always, do not dissuade me.The Orange Girl|Walter Besant