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tricolour

/ ˈtraɪˌkʌlə; ˈtrɪkələ /

adjective

  1. having or involving three colours


noun

  1. often capital the French national flag, having three equal vertical stripes in blue, white, and red
  2. any flag, badge, ribbon, etc, with three colours

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Example Sentences

As for my father, he hasn't had to decide anything since the Comte de Chambord refused to adopt the tricolour.

They are fishing with a modern rod and line, and their little floats are painted with the tricolour!

It also caused no small measure of annoyance that fishermen were ordered to wear tricolour cockades on their caps.

They had no special ill-feeling against tricolour cockades, but they did not care about them.

In the midst of them walked a slight, dark figure, clad entirely in black, save for the tricolour scarf round his waist.

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