A light olive brown to moderate or light yellowish brown.(noun)
A sturdy cloth of this color.(noun)
A uniform made of this cloth.(noun)
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Use "khaki" in a sentence
"Linen no mater what color even "khaki" is limited to late spring - Easter through the summer and should probably not be seen after mid September."
"More accurately, the correct shade of "khaki" is the color of "Multani Mitti", meaning "the mud of Multan"."
"The word "khaki," derived from the Hindi word for dust, traditionally refers to a specific color -- a shade of tan or beige -- and the term was used as far back as the 1840s to refer to the cotton twill uniforms worn by British colonial forces in India."