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flagship

noun flag·ship \ˈflag-ˌship\

: the ship that carries the commander of a group of ships

: the best, largest, or most important one of a group of things (such as products, stores, etc.)

Full Definition of FLAGSHIP

1
:  the ship that carries the commander of a fleet or subdivision of a fleet and flies the commander's flag
2
:  the finest, largest, or most important one of a series, network, or chain <the company's flagship store>

Examples of FLAGSHIP

  1. the flagship of the Atlantic fleet

First Known Use of FLAGSHIP

1672

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