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(tr; adverb) to bring (something) to someone's attention; point out
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Flagstad, flagstaff, flag station, flagstick, flagstone, flag up, flag-waver, flag-waving, Flaherty, flail, flailing
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How to use flag up in a sentence
That canoe coming forward there, with the white flag up, Filhiol insisted, means they want to powwow.Cursed|George Allan England
As they were turning into Shaftesbury Avenue an empty taxicab passed them with the flag up.December Love|Robert Hichens
When she was about two miles distant she ran a flag up to her peak.In Strange Company|Guy Boothby
But Drucour still kept the flag up, and sent out parties at night to harass his assailants.The Winning of Canada: A Chronicle of Wolf|William Wood
The first one to stick the American flag up in the receptacle there placed to receive it wins the race.School, Church, and Home Games|George O. Draper