Examples of patriotic in a Sentence
A patriotic fervor swept the country.
hanging a flag outside one's home is a patriotic gesture
Recent Examples of patriotic from the Web
As of Tuesday (May 23), 17 of the online merchant’s top-selling toys were models of fidget spinners, from shiny gold, to glow-in-the-dark, to patriotic spinners decorated in stars and stripes.
The Hinsdale Chorale and the marching band performed the national anthem and a patriotic medley.
The event featured speakers, prayers, posting of service flags, the laying of a wreath, and patriotic songs performed by the Rancho Bernardo High School Madrigals.
When presented with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity during their Capitol tour to take a picture with Paul Ryan, though, a whole lot of these patriotic youngsters responded by basically telling the sitting Speaker of the House to shove it.
In an attempt to boost turnout by appealing to patriotic sentiment, the vote may be held on the anniversary of Crimea’s annexation.
Yet, for a young man so driven and focused in a Western way, so patriotic to his country, there also has be a cultural awakening for Walsh.
This Memorial Day weekend tradition returns with a patriotic-themed celebration and plenty of family fun.
On Saturday there will be a picnic and patriotic concert from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cool Acres, 500 Clearwater Drive in North Aurora.
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First Known Use of patriotic
PATRIOTIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of patriotic for English Language Learners
: having or showing great love and support for your country : having or showing patriotism
PATRIOTIC Defined for Kids
Definition of patriotic for Students
: having or showing love that a person feels for his or her country
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