What is another word for bunting?

Pronunciation: [bˈʌntɪŋ] (IPA)

Bunting is a term used for small to medium-sized birds that belong to the family Emberizidae, also known as the emberizid sparrows. However, it is also a term used for a decorative flag or banner that is used during festive occasions. There are several synonyms for the word "bunting," including pennant, flag, banner, streamer, garland, tricolor, standard, ensign, and burgee. Each of these words refers to some type of decoration or flag used for various celebrations and events. The word "bunting" is mostly used in the context of sports events and national holidays, where it represents the spirit and patriotism of the country.

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Usage examples for Bunting

A piece of white bunting marks every two-tenths of a knot.
"Lectures in Navigation"
Ernest Gallaudet Draper
The sailor who had grumbled at his disturbing him by his unsuccessful attempt to get into his berth, turned out at three o'clock, to relieve the watch on deck, and stumbling over Jack exclaimed- You baby bunting!
"Little Miss Joy"
Emma Marshall
Ranged importantly behind the draped bunting stood the corporal's guard of native Democratic leaders-leaders who were well-nigh without followers-and who now stood as local sponsors for the Candidate himself.
"The Tempering"
Charles Neville Buck

Famous quotes with Bunting

  • You may depend on it that the bunting, emberiza miliaria, does not leave this country in the winter.
    Gilbert White
  • Often I think the Almighty is like a snow bunting abandoned in all weathers. Such a bird is about the weight of a postage stamp. Yet he does not blow away when he stands in the open in a tempest . . . He wields this fragile head against the gale, with his beak to the ground, wings folded close to his sides and his tail pointing upwards; and the wind can get no hold on him, and cleaves.
    Halldór Laxness

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