noun, adjective Informal.
Words nearby camo
Examples from the Web for camo
Square-jawed and muscular—in snapshots he looks like Channing Tatum in camo—Gibbs seemed to fit the mold of the ideal soldier.‘Kill Team’: The Documentary the Army Doesn’t Want You to See|Andrew Romano|July 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The menswear crowd—who are obsessed with all things heritage, camo, and the F word—fell fast in love with Terrapin.Terrapin Stationers, the Most Badass New Stationer|Lauren Sherman|July 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Bringing home the bacon for the camo crowd is an expensive and profitable means of spending federal dollars.
Out came a beautiful lady, dressed in camo and donning a cuerno (AK-47).
“I voted for him,” said one immense man in a camo hat and overalls, trailing off into an unintelligible mumble.
For some time it remained almost stationary, then, unconscious of its danger, floated directly under where Camo stood.
One evening one of the two men came back reporting that all was safe, but Camo had not returned.
Camo had just before come in, and, strange to say, had not seen anything of José.
I had never seen one, but Camo had described it to us as we were on our way to the river.
“Here you will be perfectly safe, for there is no other path besides the one by which we have come,” said Camo.