Example sentences for: insignia

How can you use “insignia” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The word placa means “an insignia of an order,” and in the United States it also means the license plates of a car.

  • One issue not decided yet, says the paper, is whether the time-honored names and insignia of current divisions will survive in the new scheme.

  • The site purported to display footage, picked up from an "NY University Dorm Cam," of young women dressed in skimpy clothing bearing the NYU insignia cavorting in a room decorated with NYU paraphernalia.

  • Apostolic bull: A document that derives its name from the Latin bulla , meaning "leaden seal," which is used to imprint the reigning pope's insignia, or seal, on the document.

  • Also, in a sort of tribal downsizing, budding gangsters no longer have to steal your car radio, they only have to steal the brand logo insignia from the hood or trunk of your car (less likely to set off the alarm, which makes it more likely that they can steal badges from all cars on a block) in order to prove their inherent gangsterness.


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