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  • adj. Wearing khaki

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Clothed in khaki.


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  • Seaman Bodine asks righthand dinner companion Constance Flamp, loose-khakied newshound and toughtalkin 'sweetheart of ev'ry GI from Iwo to Saint-L-.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • What would happen to our father, who was khakied like every other man, yet special, not like other men?

    Cider With Rosie

  • Now he had succeeded the lamented Kitchener as Minister of War; sat in the Seat of Strategy, head of the far-flung khakied hosts that even at this moment were breasting death on half a dozen fronts.

    The War After the War

  • I saw not a single native Dutchman about, only crowds of the khakied of all ranks and sorts.

    In the Ranks of the C.I.V.

  • As the eternally khakied host Jeff Probst says, "Survivors ready?"

    The Seattle Times

  • Tom started digging through the tiny fridge tucked in the closet, and, with his confidence back, immediately started hamming it up, teasing the khakied agent.


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