safari suit


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safari suit

n
(Clothing & Fashion) an outfit made of tough cotton, denim, etc, consisting of a bush jacket with matching trousers, shorts, or skirt
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safa′ri suit`


n.
a safari jacket and matching trousers.
[1965–70]
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