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What is "Olive Drab" - Definition & Explanation

Olive drab wool or cotton fabric of an olive drab color, namely a grayish olive. A uniform of olive drab, namely a wool or cotton fabric of an olive drab color, namely a grayish olive. Grayish olive
Olive Drab is the color olive shaded green.

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