khakis

[ US /ˈkækiz/ ]
[ UK /kˈɑːkiz/ ]
NOUN
  1. a military uniform made of khaki fabric
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How To Use khakis In A Sentence

  • He came back out with a white undershirt, black khakis, and a black tee shirt with a red dragon on it.
  • If she had her way he and I would both be sporting sweater vests and boot-cut khakis.
  • I normally wear them to the gym but I also put them on with jeans, khakis, or cargos for a casual weekend look.
  • I was surprised to see a young man, wearing khakis and a white polo shirt, standing there smiling at me.
  • He looked to be in his forties, dressed in a collared polo shirt and khakis.
  • He quickly pulled off the clingy black sweater to reveal a black wife-beater and crashed on his bed, khakis and all.
  • It is also important to have several pairs of khakis, in black, brown, dark blue and beige.
  • He was wearing extremely short khakis, somewhat reminiscent of lederhosen. SORT OF RICH
  • Like jeans, khakis and chinos, they can be worn with just about any style shirt, shoes and boots.
  • When casual in khakis, he wears chukka boots, which are ankle-height and often made of suede. The Fine Points of Rugged Work Boots
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