camis


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cam·i

 (kăm′ē)
n. pl. cam·is
A camisole.

camis

(ˈkæmɪs)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) obsolete a light robe
[C16: from Spanish camisa shirt, from Late Latin camisia]
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Lao said Camis had several cases for murder and robbery.
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“Women love the results they've seen with our Ultra-Fat Burning Thermal Shapers and were asking for something just as strong but without the thermal layer that could still help them control the areas they wanted to control when they went to the beach, the park, wherever they're going in the summer, our cami will be perfect.” She added that women will be thrilled about the price too, as the Sexy Summer Camisole will be on sale through the end of August for $20 less than the regular Ultra-Fat Burning Thermal Camisole.