any North American plant of the genus Iris, especially I. versicolor: the state flower of Tennessee.
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- blue dogwood,
- blue dome cyst,
- blue duck,
- blue ensign,
- blue false indigo,
- blue flash,
- blue flu,
- blue fox,
- blue funk,
- blue funk, in a
Origin of blue flag
An Americanism dating back to 1775–85
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Here are calamus patches, and alder thickets, and sedges without number; and the prickly carex and blue-flag abound on every side.Pastoral Days|William Hamilton Gibson
an award given to a seaside resort that meets EU standards of cleanliness of beaches and purity of water in bathing areas
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