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Oxford dictionary definition of the word maypole:
a tall pole fixed upright in an open space during May-Day celebrations, around which people dance holding streamers attached at its head
Example Sentences Including ‘maypole’
A 50ft steel tower became a maypole with acrobats spinning through the air.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2000)
At one point her dancers pulled long ribbons from her harem pants and danced around her as if she was a human maypole.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2005)
He pointed beyond a tall gaily striped maypole , across a teeming market square.
Appiganesi, Lisa DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
He wore a dark grey three-piece suit, obviously expensive, and bore no resemblance to anyone who might win a maypole tug of war.
Delman, David DEATH OF A NYMPH
I had hoped to see Alinor dancing around a maypole , but I’ve arrived too late.
Tracy Chevalier THE LADY AND THE UNICORN (2003)
They were lying in the sun on a grassy mound where Cromwell the Protector was reputed to have single-handedly chopped down a maypole.
Weldon, Fay SPLITTING