Definition of banderole
1 : a long narrow forked flag or streamer
2 : a long scroll bearing an inscription or a device
Examples of banderole in a sentence
<during the festival this ancient Italian city is bestrewn with banderoles celebrating its illustrious medieval heritage>
Variants of banderole
Origin of banderole
French banderole, from Italian banderuola, diminutive of bandiera banner, from Old Occitan bandiera, from Old French baniere — more at banner
First Known Use: 1562
Rhymes with banderole
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