Pronunciation: (kam'lit), [key]
—n., v., -let•ted, -let•ting.
1. a durable, waterproof cloth, esp. for outerwear.
2. apparel made of this material.
3. a rich fabric of medieval Asia believed to have been made of camel's hair or angora wool.
to decorate (fabric, book edges, etc.) with a colorful, marbled design.
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