camber[ kam-ber ]SEE DEFINITION OF camber
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAMBER
The practice is to give these girder boxes a camber of ½-in.
The camber of the surface is designed for this angle of incidence and velocity.
They have not as great a curve 107 or camber as most biplanes, which increases their speed.
I wonder if you fully realize the danger of your position, Mr. Camber?
That is why we are here, Mr. Camber, and that is why the police will be here at any moment.
No man newly come from so bloody a deed could have acted as Camber acted now.
Camber seemed to be quite composed, although his face was unusually pale.
He is wading hopelessly, Knox, but even he cannot fail to learn about Camber to-morrow.
He really feared for his life, since he knew that Camber had discovered the intrigue.
It, appears to me that the case against Camber is finally and fatally complete.