khaki

Part of speech: adjective

Of the color of dust.

Part of speech: adjective

Of the color of dust or ashes; made of khaki.

Part of speech: noun

A light drab or brownish cotton cloth used as for military uniforms.

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Usage examples "khaki":

  1. A body, khaki- clad, rolled down beside him, convulsively flopped against him. - "The Desert of Wheat", Zane Grey.
  2. He still wore the shabby khaki uniform which had seen service at the front. - "Tom Slade at Black Lake", Percy Keese Fitzhugh.
  3. A big young man, with the bronzed face which would have announced his recent return from the front, even had not his khaki uniform proclaimed the fact. - "North, South and Over the Sea", M.E. Francis (Mrs. Francis Blundell).