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Definition of Bannerette
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Bannerette
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1. Amateur and Educational Dramatics by Evelyne Hilliard, Theodora McCormick, Kate Oglebay (1917)
"Now all sing " Over hill, over dale," from " A Midsummer Night's Dream," and two fairies enter carrying a bannerette on which is inscribed " A Portion of ..."
2. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth, Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania State library, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State Library (1902)
"... bannerette, etc I 125 00 Painting exterior of State building $2'X) no Six stoves, drums, etc.. , 75 85 Lehigh and Franklin Coal Company and Watchman to ..."
3. Author's & Printer's Dictionary: A Guide for Authors by Frederick Howard Collins (1912)
"-s. bank, abbr. bk. banking, abbr. bkg. bank-note* (hyphen). banneret* (law), a knight made on the field of battle. bannerette*, a small banner. ..."
4. Nugæ Antiquæ: Being a Miscellaneous Collection of Original Papers, in Prose by John Harington (1804)
"The usuall banner for the estates laste above named, is a ell longe and yarde brode. A banner serveth for a knight of the garter, a bannerette, a baron, ..."