burgee[ bur-jee, bur-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF burgee
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The burgee of the other Club we have named has undergone many changes.
"You don't have to hold him," called Captain Burgee, dismounting from Loopy the mate.
And the burgee––the letters on the burgee––my cousin Alice worked them.
He knows that we are an English yacht, for there are our ensign and burgee to bear witness to the fact.
The Royal Yacht Club burgee at this period was plain white, without any device whatever.
The modern flag, known as the burgee, largely used in flag signalling, is like a shortened pennon.
This should really be Burgee, but then it wouldn't rhyme, and a Poet may drop a syllable, if he or she mayn't drop an H!
That makes us pirates, and that old Maggie burgee floatin' at the fore ain't nothin' more nor less than the Jolly Roger.
At the bow flew a burgee or small swallow-tailed flag of blue upon which was the word Deerfoot in gold.
That is yachting fashion, you know, Master Horace, to run the burgee up when the owner comes on board.