noun (sometimes initial capital letters) British.
Origin of flag day
First recorded in 1910–15
June 14, the anniversary of the day (June 14, 1777) when Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the national flag of the United States.
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for flag day
Historical Examples of flag day
Packing for prisoners three mornings a week, canteen work twice, and every Flag-day going.
It is interesting to note that to-day is the anniversary of the day that was not a Flag-day last year.
After what men have suffered from the flag-day sex, no wonder they get vindictive when they have a chance of retaliation.
In case he should discover any new land, arrangements have been made to hold a flag-day for the inhabitants, if any.
British Dictionary definitions for flag day
British a day on which money is collected by a charity and small flags, emblems, or stickers are given to contributors
June 14, the annual holiday in the US to celebrate the adoption in 1777 of the Stars and Stripes
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