Thesaurus / pennon
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A contemporary illustration of a large and more fluttering form of pennon is to be seen in fig. 141.

Heraldry for Craftsmen & DesignersWilliam Henry St. John Hope

The principal varieties of flags borne during the middle ages were the pennon, the banner and the standard.

It was her pennon rather than her sword in which she trusted.

A Heroine of FranceEvelyn Everett-Green

Above hovers a strange-looking bat with spreading wings, and bearing a pennon on which is written the word "Melancholia."

The lance bears a pennon charged with a chevron, as also is the small heater-shaped shield borne on the knight's left arm.

A Complete Guide to HeraldryArthur Charles Fox-Davies

On the pennon was wrought the Annunciation, the angel with a lily kneeling to the Blessed Virgin.

Joan of ArcLucy Foster Madison

That pennon of shack-smoke, dotting the northern horizon, seemed to become something valorous and fine.

The Prairie MotherArthur Stringer

And on the pennon was wrought the Annunciation, the angel with a lily kneeling to the Blessed Virgin.

A Monk of FifeAndrew Lang

Aunt Mollies pink feather streamed into the breeze like a pennon of triumph.

Here he stands, in his good Milan armor, his strong sword half unsheathed, and his pennon flying!

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