The walls were painted seafoam green, and men in blue shirts and khaki pants stood around to ask questions.
Antek Walczak is 44, in khaki shorts and a vintage T-shirt, with a mop of dark hair that leaves him looking younger.
Sergei was wearing his uniform off-duty when I met him: a khaki t-shirt and a pair of army surplus pants.
A small, courtly man, Agee was wearing a Panama hat and khaki suit, as if he had been scripted by Graham Greene.
She soon finds her soul mate in Sam (Jared Gilman), an orphan and the most unpopular boy in his “khaki Scout” troupe.
The khaki Boys reach France, and, after some intensive training in sound of the battle front, are sent into the trenches.
Officers in khaki came and talked to them about golf and gymkhanas.
Under his khaki great-coat and about a foot longer he wore a white jaconet hospital coat.
It is conjectured from this that the supply of khaki is already exhausted.
Upon the sleeve of Tom Slade's khaki jacket was seen the profile of an Indian.
"dust-colored cloth," 1857, from Urdu khaki, literally "dusty," from khak "dust," from Persian. First introduced in uniforms of British cavalry in India (the Guide Corps, 1846); widely adopted for camouflage purposes in the Boer Wars (1899-1902). As an adjective from 1863. Related: Khakis.