the national flag of the United Kingdom, being a composite design composed of St George's Cross (England), Saint Andrew's Cross (Scotland), and Saint Patrick's Cross (Ireland): Often called: Union Jack
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How to use Union flag in a sentence
Fly a Union flag when custom dictates it should be the Royal Standard?
Kate was at the gymnastics, wrapped in the Union flag, while William and Harry skived off to a charity polo match.
I have just bought a limited edition collection of dishwasher tablets in a patriotic Union flag box.
The revolutionary furor spread to the country towns, and for a whole week the Union flag practically disappeared from Maryland.A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln | John G. Nicolay
The Union flag was lowered from the government fortress in Christiania, where it had floated since 1814.Historical Tales, Vol. 9 (of 15) | Charles Morris
In a letter, written at the time, he calls it the Union flag, and declares why it was first displayed.Charles Sumner; His Complete Works, Volume III (of 20) | Charles Sumner
Sherman was irresistibly carrying the Union flag through the South.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume One | Abraham Lincoln
We will make a Union flag, and when Sherman gits in, as he's bound to, we're jest as good Union folks as he is.With Fire and Sword | Samuel H. M. Byers