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  • noun Plural form of banderol.

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Examples

  • Rolandic fury, this wit which slashed down all things, using epigram as its weapon, intoxicated Marie and amused the circle around them, as the sight of a bull goaded with banderols amuses the company in a Spanish circus.

    A Daughter of Eve

  • In the bedecked streets, large banderols and streamers were strung with inscriptions in both languages hailing the visit of Fidel Castro and his delegation and the indestructible militant friendship between the Vietnamese and Cuban peoples.

    AIRPORT CEREMONY, WELCOMING BANQUET FOR CASTRO

  • The dining-room is hung with tapestries of the fourteenth century; the style and the orthography of the inscription on the banderols beneath each figure prove their age, but being, as they are, in the naive language of the fabliaux, it is impossible to transcribe them here.

    Beatrix

  • But now all the enclosure was filled with the foe, the whole space seemed gay, in the darkening air, with banderols and banners.

    Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Volume 12

  • The dining-room is hung with tapestries of the fourteenth century; the style and the orthography of the inscription on the banderols beneath each figure prove their age, but being, as they are, in the naive language of the/fabliaux/, it is impossible to transcribe them here.

    Beatrix

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