pennon[ pen-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF pennon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PENNON
Close by the stern stood Black Simon with the pennon of the house of Loring.
What is the use of a shield on a wall, or a lance that has a cobweb for a pennon?
He needed his Squire at his side, for his pennon was in the breeze once more.
The banner of the Cid was green, Miss Adister: or else it's his pennon that was.
The Pennon is a small, narrow flag, forked or swallow-tailed at its extremity.
The Englishman deliberately omits the capture of the pennon.
The triangular Pennon occurs in many of the groups of the Painted Chamber.
Each lance for each man of the three doth its own pennon bear.
A banner or pennon,” said the warder; “methinks he rides like the young Baron.
“Frenetic to be free,” like the pennon, is in this sense the concentration of its meaning.