yellow flag

NOUN
  1. common yellow-flowered iris of Europe and North Africa, naturalized in United States and often cultivated
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How To Use yellow flag In A Sentence

  • Break the speed limit in the pits, overtake when the yellow flags are out or cut a corner in qualifying and you'll find yourself facing the wrath of your team when you get back to the garage.
  • I could see a marshal on the finish line waving a yellow flag.
  • Here the river is fabulous, clear and convoluted, with ponds jammed with yellow flag irises where there are springs or oxbows.
  • In one corner was the picturesque Fosse Labarre, a wide horseshoe moat enclosing a little garden, now a machine-gun emplacement, where grew the cumfrey, teazle and yellow flag. The War Service of the 1/4 Royal Berkshire Regiment (T. F.)
  • I could see a marshal on the finish line waving a yellow flag.
  • Yellow iris, or yellow flag, is now in bloom along the banks of lakes and rivers. Times, Sunday Times
  • The sword-like leaves of yellow flag stand highest – straight and sharp, still dewed with raindrops from an earlier shower. Country diary
  • Yellow flag, or yellow iris, has grown tall beside rivers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tansy and eglantine had taken root in the cracks, and waved in precarious yellow flags against the stone. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • He displayed agile, athletic players, representing the Olympic yellow flag showed a link.
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