camelback

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cam·el·back

 (kăm′əl-băk′)
adj.
Shaped like a hump or an arching curve.
n. New Orleans
A narrow house with one story in front and two in the rear. See Note at beignet.
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camelback

(ˈkæməlˌbæk)
n
a locomotive having its cab situated astride the boiler, halfway along it, rather than at the rear of the boiler
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cam•el•back

(ˈkæm əlˌbæk)

n.
the back of a camel.
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