Part of speech:
A long narrow banner or streamer borne upon a lance.
(Proper) The flag of the United States
A national flag displayed on ships and aircraft, often with the special insignia of a branch or unit of the armed forces.
A distinctive badge, design, or device:
The red or orange-red flag of the Abbey of Saint Denis in France, used as a standard by the early kings of France.
An ensign, or flag
(Proper) The flag of the United States, with seven horizontal red stripes and six white ones, the colors alternating, and in the upper left corner a blue field with white stars (now 50), one for each state
(Proper) The national flag of the United Kingdom
A black flag bearing the emblematic white skull and crossbones of a pirate ship.
A quality award given to European beaches, based on cleanliness and water quality.
(--- Heraldry) A device consisting of a stylized three-petaled iris flower, used as the armorial emblem of the kings of France.
A similar plant (Acorus americanus) native to North America.
To signal (something) by doing this
Precipitation in the form of rounded pellets of ice and hard snow that usually falls during thunderstorms. Hail forms when raindrops are blown up and down within a cloud, passing repeatedly through layers of warm and freezing air and collecting layers of ice until they are too heavy for the winds to keep them from falling.
To suffer with longing; pine
To lessen; to bring low.
To decrease gradually in size, number, strength, or intensity:
The iris is defined as the colored part of the eye around the pupil, the name of a woman, or a three-petal flower with sword-shaped leaves.
To cause an effect in a cell by the activation of a receptor, as by a neurotransmitter or hormone.
To make or become weak or weaker
(Biol.) Of a vexillum
A representation of a ribbon or scroll bearing an inscription.
A small distinguishing flag displayed by a yacht.
Fabric used especially as a symbol
The identification flag of a military unit or the soldier carrying it
A narrow flag, streamer, or pennon, especially one carried at the top of a lance or spear.
Fabric used especially as a symbol
A company of soldiers serving under one standard
An odor, sound, etc. carried through the air
Something found and unclaimed, as an object cast up by the sea.
To roll up tightly and make secure, as a flag to a staff or a sail to a spar
To make or use a gesture or gestures
To send (a sailor) to the masthead as a punishment
Motion is defined as to signal with a movement.
To achieve (a balance, for example) by careful consideration.
To cause to rise:
decline, fall off
To send (a message) or to signal by semaphore.
To lose vitality or strength; become weakened; languish
To lose courage; quail
(Gram.) To inflect (a noun, pronoun, or adjective) systematically, giving its different forms according to case, number, and gender
To fade is defined as to become less bright, to grow more faint, less popular, or less strong, or to begin to wither away and disappear.
To become lower in value or amount; lessen, as prices, funds, etc.
To use up or spend without real need, gain, or purpose; squander
To lose strength or power
(Sports) A player who is available to replace another if the need arises, and who may or may not actually do so.
To set forth in words; state:
To communicate by means of such devices as lights or signs
To a greater extent or degree:
In a strong manner; greatly, severely, vigorously, etc.
Any hard stone that splits into flat pieces
An ornament, badge, or emblem having a pin or clasp with which it is fastened to the clothing
a rectangular piece of fabric used as a signalling device
plants with sword-shaped leaves and erect stalks bearing bright-colored flowers composed of three petals and three drooping sepals
To do (something) less intensely
To decorate with swags
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