Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The flag of the United States.

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  • noun The flag of the United States.

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  • noun the national flag of the United States of America

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Examples

  • On the road I encountered Graffiti artists, Holocaust survivors, Iraqi women, street vendors, and even a Pulitzer Prize author, and many more, who gave me a piece of their mind while holding Old Glory.

    Lauri Lyons: Flag International: Global Perspectives On The American Flag

  • On the road I encountered Graffiti artists, Holocaust survivors, Iraqi women, street vendors, and even a Pulitzer Prize author, and many more, who gave me a piece of their mind while holding Old Glory.

    Lauri Lyons: Flag International: Global Perspectives On The American Flag

  • On the road I encountered Graffiti artists, Holocaust survivors, Iraqi women, street vendors, and even a Pulitzer Prize author, and many more, who gave me a piece of their mind while holding Old Glory.

    Flag International: Global Perspectives On The American Flag

  • On the road I encountered Graffiti artists, Holocaust survivors, Iraqi women, street vendors, and even a Pulitzer Prize author, and many more, who gave me a piece of their mind while holding Old Glory.

    Lauri Lyons: Flag International: Global Perspectives On The American Flag

  • But I am proud of our old Old Glory because it reflects how we feel every day.

    Mail Call

  • COLLINS: Old Glory holding its own in a massive dust storm out West.

    CNN Transcript Apr 13, 2007

  • Then, after all that loving care, the majority stands idly by waving Old Glory as our boys and girls march off to war.

    Our Darling Baby

  • Even with the sun low behind, the sandstone glowed tawny, red, white, often in bands like the stripes of Old Glory; and shadows brought out the relief of cliffs, crags, crevices, outthrusts and upthrusts, changing moment by moment as the light did, so that it was almost as if that banner rippled in a geological wind.

    Operation Luna

  • The lips of Old Glory kissed the Gospel side, while the tri-color of France was draped on the

    The Greater Love

  • It may be necessary to celebrate the birth of freedom by bursting forth into noise, but my idea, John, is that Old Glory would like it much better if we were more subdued and kept our children on the earth instead of letting them go up in the air in small fragments.

    Skiddoo!

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