A small flag or pennant carried as a standard by a military unit.(noun)
A soldier bearing such a flag or pennant.(noun)
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Use "guidon" in a sentence
"In the Barron's metaphor, Tancredo picking up the guidon was a noble and courageous act, rallying the troops."
"He called the guidon Culbertson found a "national treasure.""
"Since 1895, the silk American flag, called a guidon, has been the property of the Detroit"