Origin and Etymology of camo
First Known Use: 1980See Words from the same year
Recent Examples of camo from the Web
As many Houston kids try on their Halloween costumes in anticipation of a weekend of horrors, others are suiting up in camo gear, ready for two days of youth-only deer hunting in Texas.
Yellow-marshy camo clothing won't match an evergreen hedgerow.
These include Dustin, Lucas (his camo bandana is the most reliable sign that things are about to get real), and Steve (Joe Keery), the handsome-jerk boyfriend of Nancy (Natalia Dyer) who turned out to have not only a heart but also guts.
Bret David wore a blue Trump campaign T-shirt, camo Trump hat and enthusiastically waved an American flag.
Harry was in full camouflage, the skinny black dog had on a camo vest
But instead of being shown to a cot and a food line, they were shown the door by a National Guard soldier in camo fatigues.
With dark brown leather on the outside and cool camo print on the inside, this one'll work equally well at the office, the gym, or on a weekend escape to the country.
Odums was painting his face in shades of blues and purples, while the background camo print — a signature of Williams’ — was done in shades of pinks and reds.
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First Known Use of camo
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