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pattée

/ (ˈpæteɪ, ˈpætɪ) /
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adjective
(often postpositive) (of a cross) having triangular arms widening outwards
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Word Origin for pattée

from French patte paw
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How to use pattée in a sentence

  • Colonel Pattee was on his horse, half faced about toward his men, evidently impatient and eager.

    In The Ranks|R. E. McBride
  • Upon this is placed a Maltese or cross pattee of brilliants.

  • Colonel Pattee took command of these, and they acted together as one organization.

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  • Our fire continuing, Colonel Pattee rode up to us, excitedly, to learn what it meant.

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