noun, plural drom·e·dar·ies.
Origin of dromedary
Examples from the Web for dromedary
The maribout stopped his dromedary at the tent of the emir Hadjy, who commanded the caravan.The Pacha of Many Tales|Frederick Marryat
Finally Tishmak got up and mounted his dromedary, motioning for the others to follow suit.Captured by the Arabs|James H. Foster
He utilizes neither the crane, nor the quail, nor the dromedary, nor the lizard.Amiel's Journal|Henri-Frdric Amiel
Mandeville, having eat like an ogre, began to drink like a dromedary.
The One-Hump camel is called an Arabian camel, or a dromedary.The Wonders of the Jungle|Prince Sarath Ghosh