Khaki (noun)

  1. A light yellow-brown color, typically of a fabric used in military clothing and equipment.
  2. A type of fabric, often made of cotton or wool, that is characterized by its light brown color and rough texture.

Origin:

The word khaki is derived from the urdu language, meaning "dust" or "soil".

Examples:

  1. The soldiers were all dressed in their khaki uniform.
  2. She bought a khaki skirt to wear on her safari adventure.
  3. The couch was covered in a durable khaki fabric.
  4. His favorite shirt was a comfortable and worn-in khaki.
  5. The walls were painted a soft khaki to match the furniture.
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