Part of speech: adjective

Of three colors. tricolored.

Part of speech: noun

A flag of three colors, as the French.

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Usage examples "tricolor":

  1. They weren't aimed at the window where the little red- white- and- green tricolor was flying. - "Mutineer", Robert J. Shea.
  2. In due time Frederick William came forth at the head of a procession, wearing the tricolor of gold, white, and black, which since 1815 had been so dear to the patriots and so odious to the Governments of Germany. - "History of Modern Europe 1792-1878", C. A. Fyffe.
  3. He has also heard that the Yankees mean to conquer Canada and pull down the tricolor. - "Seeds of Pine", Janey Canuck.