Union Jack

NOUN
  1. national flag of the United Kingdom
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How To Use Union Jack In A Sentence

  • She informed the LGU that she couldn't wear the Union Jack but was happy with the old badge embodying the emblems of the four home countries.
  • A crowing little urchin beside is already waving the Union Jack which is ready to crown the edifice, if the Fates ever suffer it to be crowned. Stray Studies from England and Italy
  • The national flag of the United Kingdom is called the Union Jack.
  • To-day we analyse ruthlessly thy metre, proclaiming it the butterwoman's rank to market, and thy sentiment, which we dub pinchbeck, and we remember that the Union Jack is used only in the Without Prejudice
  • Douglas Duff's arrival by mail boat at Dublin's North Wall was made memorable when he spotted four caskets covered by Union Jacks awaiting return to England.
  • The national flag of the United Kingdom is called the Union Jack.
  • So this interesting predikant hauled down the Union Jack, which his sons instantly tore to tatters, ran up the Boer flag, and drove De La Rey hither and thither in his own private carriage. With the Guards' Brigade from Bloemfontein to Koomati Poort and Back
  • What life remained on the streets was completely adult: Mr. Erhard holding the lines of the town horses, great rumped and hairy footed, with red ribbon woven through the braided plugs of their tails and little silk Union Jacks flapping from the top of the hames. The Day I Spoke for Mr. Lincoln
  • The company flag had been taken down and in its place hung the Union Jack.
  • Later she went on a walkabout from Durham Market Place to Millennium Place where people, cheering and waving Union Jacks, packed the pavements to see her.
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