- n. One who studies flags.
- From vexillology. (Wiktionary)
“Every vexillologist to whom we have shown our design recognized its Icelandic nature.”
“One vexillologist said "The green is luminous and not dark green; the red is almost pink and the blue looks purple" of the counterfeits.”
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“The term was coined by American vexillologist Whitney Smith.”
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