white flag

NOUN
  1. flag consisting of a piece of white cloth that is hoisted to signal surrender or to ask for a truce
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How To Use white flag In A Sentence

  • By the close the barricades were down and the white flag had been hoisted. Times, Sunday Times
  • Catholicism became the religion of ‘the majority of Frenchmen’ instead of the official religion of France, and the tricolour replaced the white flag of the Bourbons.
  • The black and white flag went down, and the race began.
  • The white flag was run up;the post had surrendered.
  • Hell, why don't you just get on the Concorde and fly your way over to France where you can wine and dine with the rest of the white flag brigade?
  • When Hays approached the city, its alcalde came out with a white flag to beg the Rangers to spare the town.51 They did. EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON
  • But for most men, a head shave is a white flag in the battle against male-pattern baldness. The Shorn Identity
  • He praised the staff for their dedicated and professional service, and presented the White Flag for Leisure Facilities to Aidan Higgins, Manager of the Waterpoint Centre.
  • The white flag is a symbol of a truce or surrender.
  • Proceedings will get underway and the white flag will be raised at 9.30 pm and it is expected that a large crowd will turn out on the night to enjoy a night of good fun and crack with plenty of money exchanging hands at the tote.
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