Flagpole [noun]

Definition of Flagpole:

bar, post

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Sentence/Example of Flagpole:

Once inside, they used pipes, flagpoles and other weapons to shatter windows and break furniture.

Law enforcement used batons against demonstrators, who swung flagpoles.

Mrs. Noah turned pale and the Weathercock shifted about uneasily on the top of the flagpole.

"Someone has been making a flagpole," said the Angel, running the toe of her shoe around the stump, evidently made that season.

I painted a flagpole on a barn up in Massachusetts where there was four hundred dollars in gold hidden under the weather-vane.

Then it took a long jump straight down Wall Street, smashed a flagpole to slivers, and vanished.

And so you walk right up the building or church or flagpole, and the smoother the surface the easier you go up.

The procession moved away from the depot and crossed the little square where the flagpole was set up.

And after that Marjorie went up on deck, where the weathercock was sitting on the flagpole in the moonlight.

Fastened to the top of the flagpole of the club's boathouse was the end of a piece of hempen twine.