pennant[ pen-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF pennant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PENNANT
Commodore Dallas's pennant was flying in the Constellation when I joined her.
The barge is coming off, Mr. Hardy, with the pennant flying, sir!
She's flying the White Ensign and an admiral's pennant, and, yes, a flag of truce.
One might almost have thought that they were fighting for the pennant.
There had been the fierce, tense race for the pennant that had strained them to the utmost.
"Reminds me of the dinner we had, after we won the pennant," said Charlie Hall.
The formal ceremony of hoisting the pennant on the ship to be fitted.
When the pennant is half mast, it denotes the death of the captain.
A ship where officers and men are paid off, and pennant hauled down.
At length the pennant which long had hung up and down the mast, began to move.