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Definition of cameltoe

cameltoe

noun

  • the visible cleft of the outer labia under tight clothing. (A "frontal wedgie" on a female.)

    This produces what vaguely resembles the toes of a camel.
    That girl had some nasty cameltoe at her ballet recital.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Candice on Jan 24 2007.

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