- adj. of a light brownish green color
“We want to be in control of our destiny," said Mr. Tarbell, whose olive-drab metal cigarette factory makes Signal and other brands.”
“In the 50s and 60s L.L. Bean sold a parka that was two layers of olive-drab poplin of a quality seldom seen on this earth.”
“Each man wore a U.S.-issued olive-drab jacket and blue watch cap, and carried a bag emblazoned with the phrase, "Islamic Republic of Afghanistan—Peace and Unity.”
“Fortunately, we need not fret over the costuming of the Supreme Court Justices and members of the military who will arrive in their respective uniforms of hipster-black and chic navy and olive-drab.”
“You think they appreciate the fact that your olive-drab green eye-shadow matches your army-style vest?”
“In the cargo bays of C-130s, which ferry troops to bases around the country, dozens of passengers sit strapped sideways into red fabric benches, and above them hang just a handful of olive-drab parachute packs, as alluring as seats in a life-or-death game of musical chairs.”
“Mr. Kim, dressed in his trademark olive-drab zipper jacket and matching trousers, was shown embracing and kissing Mr. Hu, meeting other top Chinese leaders and toasting with them at a ceremonial dinner and touring a biotech company.”
“Despite the sticky humidity, he was wearing an olive-drab vest, like the ones photographers wore.”
“The olive-drab book had an auspicious beginning in which fate intervened and prevented its premature departure.”
“Finding it at my feet, I reached inside and pulled out a small olive-drab logbook.”
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