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maple leaf

the national emblem of Canada.

Maple Leaf

a one-ounce gold coin of Canada showing a maple leaf on the reverse: traded for investment or as a collector's item. Unabridged
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  • maple leaf continued with her work of peeling and quartering apples.

  • The Canadians have adopted the maple leaf as their national emblem.

    Woodcraft Alan Douglas
  • A maple leaf teacher was in charge of this little one-roomed school—a very pretty girl.

    Across the Prairie in a Motor Caravan Frances Halton Eva Hasell
  • She stooped and picked up a maple leaf, blushed with the rudeness of the frost.

  • Silk glanced behind him through the open window of the room, where maple leaf, the kitchen girl, was clearing the supper table.

  • On the table is an open prayer-book, between the open leaves of which are an iris and an amaranth and a maple leaf.

    A Hungarian Nabob Maurus Jkai
  • Each guest, blindfolded, must draw the outline of a maple leaf.

    Suppers Paul Pierce
  • This wing is leafy in texture, shaped like a maple leaf, and curved into the shape of a boat.

    Trees Worth Knowing Julia Ellen Rogers
British Dictionary definitions for maple leaf

Maple Leaf

the Maple Leaf, the national flag of Canada, consisting of a representation of a maple leaf in red on a white central panel with a vertical red bar on either side
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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