Noun(1) a loosely woven fabric used for flags, etc.(2) any of numerous seed-eating songbirds of Europe or North America
Verb(1) hit a ball in such a way so as to make it go a short distance(2) to strike, thrust or shove against
(1) You are no summer bird of passage, come and gone with the bunting .(2) Decked out in bunting and flying the Red Ensign, the iconic boat had been spruced up for the occasion.(3) Forgive me, though, if I fail to dig out the bunting for the present.(4) Then, a crested bunting , neat in russet and black and pointy crest comes down to drink, and makes your evening.(5) When I was a kid in the mid-1940s, can't remember the exact date but it was the year I had measles, we put up brightly-printed linen bunting for our street party in celebration of VE day.(6) As I jog down Whitehall, I notice there is bunting decorating the Treasury.(7) He thanked all those who had decorated their premises with flags and bunting , and had a special word of praise for the residents of McHale Road for entering into the spirit of the parade.(8) The school was decked in flags and bunting on Monday morning last to celebrate the winning team's victory.(9) WHEN 19-year-old swimmer Doris Storey returned home from the Empire Games with two gold medals they put the bunting up in Leeds and thousands lined the streets to welcome her home.(10) We found a male indigo bunting singing at the top of a tree and in an adjacent tree was a singing male blue grosbeak.(11) It would be greatly appreciated if businesses would support in decorating their premises with flags, bunting or whatever they wish to add to the atmosphere.(12) The wait was well worth it, although a funny thing happened from the first time we saw an indigo bunting early in the morning to the umpteenth time we spotted it as the day progressed.(13) Most of the churches in town have taken the red, white and blue bunting off their facades for Thanksgiving, and by next week Christmas decorations will outnumber American flags.(14) When people saw the bunting in the town they asked ├ö├ç├┐Are we having a festival├ö├ç├û?(15) He records the theater marquee as it changes through one final calendar of concerts, ending with a somber marquee bearing only black bunting and the American flag as a sign of mourning.(16) In York, there had been a last-minute rush for red, white and blue bunting , as people arranged street parties.
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