Noun(1) a flag having three colored stripes (especially the French flag
Adjective(1) having or involving three colors
(1) The national flag is a tricolor of green, gold, and blue, with a stylized V in the center - representing the rich foliage of the island, the sun, and the sea.(2) The flag is a tricolor with blue, white, and green fields and a red star on the triangular white field on the left.(3) The following year the ‘Marseillaise’ was adopted as the national anthem, and the 14 July as a national fête, to join the tricolor as the national flag.(4) The country's flag is a vertical tricolor of orange, white, and green; orange represents the savannahs of the north, green represents the forests of the south, and white represents unity.(5) Laois stumbled under the tricoloured barrage and but for the finish which only familiarity with success breeds, might have weaved better patterns later in the game, with the gap down to just one point and Laois on the rack.(6) The unfashionable tricoloured crew earned this win with some commendable determination, and after losing midfield, and only scoring four times from play from the eight forwards.(7) I think it's so shabby when rows of tricolours are rotting away.(8) For each announcement, a large crowd of Sinn Féin supporters buzzed around to hoist the winner shoulder-high, to let out whoops and hollers and to wave a mass of tricolours .(9) The fact that tricolours are burned at bonfires during the summer in the North is the source of much disgruntlement among tricolour lovers of the Republic.(10) After the semi-final, more than half a million people gathered in the Champs-Elysées, waving French tricolours alongside Algerian and other African flags.(11) Many wore the traditional yellow shirts of the four-times champions and there was little sympathy for England's dejection on the Falls Road, still festooned with Irish tricolours .(12) Wearing little caps sporting tricolours , these enthusiastic boys sell printed flags for the Independence Day celebrations.(13) Cian then returned home on Monday and was greeted by a sea of tricolours and banners at Dublin Airport.(14) The school band sprang into action while the waving tricolours led the President triumphantly into the school premises.(15) Catholicism became the religion of ‘the majority of Frenchmen’ instead of the official religion of France, and the tricolour replaced the white flag of the Bourbons.(16) For the fans, it was a last outing for the tricolours , silly hats, squeaky hammers and giant inflatable hands that have adorned them and their homes for the past three weeks.
1. trichromatic ::
2. trichrome ::
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