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  • adj. Without a flag.


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flag +‎ -less


  • Most of the houses that were flagless had unkempt lawns and even some debris lying around.

    The Grand Unfurl

  • They promise amendments to The Constitution outlawing same sex marriage, abortion, flag burning and flagless lapels.

    Yet Another Attempt at a Wake-Up Call

  • Stung by my too-orange lapel pin, I opted to go flagless.

    Letter From America: Patriot Games

  • It was flagless and did not have an apparent owner.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • It now appears that the tale of the flagless flagpole just won't go away, and a motion has been tabled calling on the House of Commons Commission to fix the problem.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • A difficulty in being a nation, more severe than in the flagless countries of old Europe, that produces this compensatory effect?

    In the Footsteps of Tocqueville

  • CASEY WIAN, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Bale after bale of cocaine seized from a Colombian fishing vessels and two flagless smuggling ships, all bound for the United States.

    CNN Transcript Oct 21, 2005

  • Whatever happened to this flagless ship that apparently made it legal to go ahead and board and seize?

    CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2002

  • As soon as the cargo was safe from the grasp of cruisers, I resolved to disregard the flagless and paperless craft that bore it safely from

    Captain Canot or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver

  • We plowed forward monotonously, flagless, running between dark-gray water and a lowering, leaden sky.

    The Firefly of France


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