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Definition of Pennant

Pennant

  1. A small flag; a pennon. The narrow, / long, pennant (called also whip or coach whip) is a long, narrow piece of bunting, carried at the masthead of a government vessel in commission. The board pennant is an oblong, nearly square flag, carried at the masthead of a commodore's vessel.
  2. A rope or strap to which a purchase is hooked.

Pennant Quotations

If your man is a sports enthusiast, you may have to resign yourself to his spouting off in a monotone on a prize fight, football game or pennant race.
Marilyn Monroe

Just give me 25 guys on the last year of their contracts; I'll win a pennant every year.
Sparky Anderson

Baseball's Opening Day is full of time-honored traditions: the President throws out the first ball, the Cubs' starting pitcher walks away with a 54.00 ERA, the Royals get mathematically eliminated from the pennant race.
Rob Sheffield

And if I have my choice between a pennant and a triple crown, I'll take the pennant every time.
Carl Yastrzemski

The Yankees won the pennant, we went on to the World Series, 41 years after that in the city of Toronto. The great city of Toronto, and all the provinces in Canada, everybody reached out and they were excited because we won the first World Series ever, across the border.
Dave Winfield
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Pennant Translations

pennant in German is Wimpel, Stander
pennant in Swedish is vimpel
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