Definition of 'chameleon'
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Example sentences containing 'chameleon'
THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2003)
He must find some place where, like a chameleon, he could merge unobtrusively into the background until he could contact Jerrold.TANK OF SERPENTS (2003)
It was a talent, just like that overwhelming smile of his, the ability to acquire stature or shed it like a chameleon changing its colour.PROSPECT HILL (2003)
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