So he let it stand up stiffly behind him in the shape of a flagpole.
Roger thought of his torn flag, flapping in the wind on the top of the flagpole.
The deck was deserted, and he crawled to the extreme end of it, near the flagpole.
“Maybe they hung the flagpole in a tree, too,” suggested Pepper, with a grin.
In the top of the flagpole, bore a hole to fit a small flag.
We passed the school of which I did not see much except the flagpole.
She had left her hat by the flagpole, and she now went timidly up to get it.
Below it lay the Plaza with its flagpole, its hitching racks for horses and oxen.
There's to be a flagpole on the cupola, and Nan says they'll have colors every night and morning.
By this time the silent signal on the flagpole had done its work, and Margaret's father and brother arrived from the field.