Besides their tricolour scarfs round their waists, they wore, suspended by a ribbon from their necks, a small silver axe.
A French vessel was at Algiers; I would not even look at the tricolour.
Socialism, or the Red Republic, is all one; for it would tear down the tricolour and set up the red flag.
Now we were off Chandernagore, on the battlements of which waved the tricolour.
Later, to make it more distinctive, the blue and white stripes changed places, leaving the tricolour as it stands to-day.
On raiding her house the police discovered a tricolour flag.
It nearly precipitated a rupture with Vienna, where the French tricolour had recently been torn down by an angry crowd.
From every turret and pinnacle in Buda the tricolour waved in the breeze, and all the streets of Pest rang with loud huzzas.
A captain of the National Guard has been the first in that quarter to unfurl the tricolour.
The tricolour has no spot, that beauty being peculiarly the property of the Blenheim.
1798, "flag having three colors," especially the emblem of France adopted during the Revolution, from French tricolore, in drapeau tricolore "three-colored flag." The arrangement of colors on the modern French national flag dates from 1794.