Definition of 'flag-waving'
Example sentences containing 'flag-waving'
From the barriers that half an hour earlier had held back flag-waving crowds, overflowing bags of rubbish waved in the breeze.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
These are the issues the hosts are dealing with, prompted by a surge of flag-waving patriotism the extent of which has surprised many.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
PROUD Army heroes are given a massive welcome by flag-waving crowds as they parade through the streets of a town yesterday.The Sun (2010)
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Definition of flag-waving from the Collins English Dictionary
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