American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A flag having three colors.
- n. The French flag.
- adj. Having three colors.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Three-colored; tricolored: in zoölogy correlated with bicolor and unicolor.
- n. A flag composed of three colors in large masses equal or nearly equal, as the national flags of Italy and Mexico; especially, the flag of France adopted during the Revolution, consisting of three equal parts—blue next the mast, red at the fly, and white between, or, in heraldic language, palewise of three pieces, azure, argent, and gules. The red and blue represented the colors of the city of Paris.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The national French banner, of three colors, blue, white, and red, adopted at the first revolution.
- n. Hence, any three-colored flag.
- adj. having or involving three colors
- n. a flag having three colored stripes (especially the French flag)
- tri- + color (Wiktionary)
“The waitresses, Kimi and Haruko, circulated in short tricolor skirts.”
““Bleu” the first installment of Kieslowski’s trilogy tied to the French tricolor is an arresting, heartfelt and finally nobly idealistic study of Julie Vignon (Juliette Binoche) as a grief-stricken widow who lost her composer husband and 5-year-old daughter in the same car crash she survived.”
“Meagher was very important, too, because he brought back the present Irish flag from France, a tricolor, which is now the flag which flies over the Republic of Ireland.”
“The tricolor is a French flag -- not the banner of humanity.”
“France uses the "tricolor," a flag of three vertical equal stripes, red, white, and blue, the blue being nearest the staff.”
“Yet she was elegantly dressed and evidently en fete, with one or two "tricolor" knots and ribbons mingled with her finery.”
“Flora Suecica, 791; under titles of Viola 'tricolor' and 'bicolor arvensis,' and Herba Trinitatis.”
“' tricolor '' of France with the Auvergnat shield in the canton.”
“Raveendran/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Models dressed in the nation's tricolor, with their hair styled in the shape of cricket stumps, the World Cup trophy and a cricket bat and ball, posed in New Delhi on Feb. 19, 2011, ahead of the first match of the tournament between India and Bangladesh.”
“Huge crowds glimpsed the three coffins, draped in the emerging nation's tricolor flag and honored by its new anthem.”
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