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Camelot

Syllabification: Cam·e·lot
Pronunciation: /ˈkaməˌlät
 
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Definition of Camelot in English:

1(In Arthurian legend) the place where King Arthur held his court.
1.1 (as noun a Camelot) A place associated with glittering romance and optimism.
Example sentences
  • His death in 1631 marked the end of this glittering Italian Camelot.
  • The Camelots of higher education and cinema studies are repeatedly pelted by a wide, devious variety of assault weapons: distance learning, work speed-ups, part-timer labor, budget cutbacks.
  • All we have are the myths, the images, their particular Camelots that say particular things about our two countries.

Words that rhyme with Camelot

polyglotocelot

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