olive-colored


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Adj.1.olive-colored - having the color of green olives
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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Woolen olive-colored tunic and olive woolen trousers with trousers according to the army (tolling raw materials)
For fly anglers, a size 2 brown- or olive-colored slider will do the trick.
I settled on this olive-colored Cole frame from Selima Optique.
And the earthy, olive-colored stucco facade ended up slathered in "flesh-colored stucco with the texture of cottage cheese,'' said Jeffrey Herr, curator of Hollyhock House.
Despite efforts by the gendarmerie and police, no trace was found of the girls for three months until pictures surfaced on a PKK-affiliated website displayed the three teenagers, dressed in standard PKK, olive-colored uniforms in a camp in northern Iraq.
Just visible is the planet's olive-colored hexagonal polar region at the bottom (north).
According to the report, the terrorists came to an Egyptian army position in Rafiah in three vehicles and were dressed in olive-colored uniforms and shoes similar to those worn by Egyptian soldiers.
The prosecutor, dressed in olive-colored military pants and a khaki shirt, then stated that "each of the accused strangled him [Arrigoni] by plastic handcuffs," and therefore all four were complicit in Arrigoni's kidnapping and killing.
Wearing a padded olive-colored jacket against the cold, the white-haired Assange said that WikiLeaks was more than him and his backpack.
There are probably not 10 buildings on the Upper East Side that would allow six animals, which I had at the time," says Fox, a petite redhead whose casually elegant outfit consists of black suede loafers, black pants and a green turtleneck with a double-breasted olive-colored blazer.
The company is unveiling the Toscana Collection, drinkware characterized by olive-colored stripes that radiate up the sides of the glass.
And if you passed by the Nobakht (New Fortune) Elementary School near the Vali'ahd (Crown Prince) Circle sometime in the late 1960s, you might have found me, a little Jewish kid with huge brown eyes, thick black eyebrows, olive-colored skin, and a prominent nose, standing in military formation along with dozens of other little boys and girls, singing with fervor, no doubt a bit off-key, a beautiful nationalist song: