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The Duke's casque was beaten and gory, his long white pennon red-dyed, his horse wounded.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
And straight toward them cantered a merry body of cavaliers and men-at-arms, Louis's broad pennon leading.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
They ceased speaking as the thin pennon of smoke, followed by two tall masts, became visible over the horizon.
On his lance he bore a red pennon; a tress of my hair served him for a belt, from which hung his sword.
TALES FROM THE LANDS OF NUTS AND GRAPESCHARLES SELLERS AND OTHERS
Penn′oncelle, a small flag like a pennon; Penn′oncier, a knight-bachelor.
Pennon, pen′on, n. a flag, a medieval knight-bachelor's ensign: a long narrow flag: a pinion or wing.
Penoun, s. pennon, ensign or small flag borne at the end of a lance, A 978.
The sacred Bhagirathi, adored by gods and Gandharvas gently runneth by, like a breeze-shaken pennon in the welkin.
“Frenetic to be free,” like the pennon, is in this sense the concentration of its meaning.
There they halted, and the gayly painted staff, with its fluttering red pennon, was held upright.
CAMPMATESKIRK MUNROE

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