Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


No Lancers were seen with the column, certainly none with pennons.

Seventy bullet-holes were counted the next day in the pennons of the lances.

He could see the tops of pikes and pennons amid the tree trunks.

But surely I hear music, and yonder are their pennons amid the trees.

Did you not say to your men that pennons made like your banner would be lucky?

It was a gay sight, the lances and the pennons that rode out with the van.

Pennons and flags, stained with the best old blood;—Feudal if possible.

The barons had their standards and the knights their pennons.

Had not the Knights, her companions, their pennons made after the pattern of hers?

A hundred,” was the reply; “and we'll fly on Mercury's pennons to do your bidding.