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Stars and Bars   /stɑrz ənd bɑrz/   Listen
Stars and Bars

noun
1.
The first flag of the Confederate States of America.  Synonym: Confederate flag.






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"Stars and Bars" Quotes from Famous Books



... than the decorations for the living. And why not? Yet, at that, Sharlee was liberal-minded and a thorough-going nationalist. On some houses, the decorations for the dead were five times greater, like Benjamin's mess; on others, ten times; on yet others, no colors at all floated but the beloved Stars and Bars. ...
— Queed • Henry Sydnor Harrison

... his eyes to decipher the advancing banner. Red and white and blue, certainly; but was it the ensign of Despotism or of Liberty? Nearer and nearer came the rushing column, and lo! upon the breeze streamed, triumphant as the Labarum of Constantine, the Stars and Bars. Kirby Smith and Elzey—God be praised! The day was won, and Victory nestled proudly among the folds of our new-born banner. One more charge along our whole line, and the hireling hordes of oppression fled panic-stricken. Russell had received a painful wound from ...
— Macaria • Augusta Jane Evans Wilson

... welcome at headquarters. You were right about the battle. There'll be tough work soon. They're fixing for a general advance. If you expect to do your first fighting under the stars and bars, you must swear by ...
— Fort Lafayette or, Love and Secession • Benjamin Wood



Words linked to "Stars and Bars" :   Confederate flag, flag



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