noun Physical Geography.
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Examples from the Web for kame
"He's all right this morning," observed Mrs. Kame, critically.
"It would be impossible to forget Mrs. Dallam," declared Mrs. Kame.
Honora, sick at heart, led Mrs. Kame across the garden and through the gate in the wall.
Kame terraces are hummocky embankments of stratified drift sometimes found in rugged regions along the sides of valleys.The Elements of Geology|William Harmon Norton
Trixton Brent laughed, and Mrs. Kame, too, after a moment's hesitation.