Definition of safari suit in English:

safari suit

Syllabification: sa·fa·ri suit

noun

A lightweight suit consisting of a safari jacket with matching trousers, shorts, or skirt.
More example sentences
  • He is dressed in a safari suit, the khaki shorts cut so far below the knee that they almost meet the tops of his socks, the waist band hiked up above the impressive sag of a well-tended belly.
  • Wearing a white safari suit and carrying his trademark staff, Taylor looked on as successor Moses Blah was sworn in under heavy security.
  • Anyone who hoped that they might see Gordon Brown bestriding the continent of Africa dressed nattily in a safari suit and a bush hat had better forget it.

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