noun, plural ad·mi·ral·ties.
- admirable bolete,
- admirable crichton, the,
- admiral of the fleet,
- admiralty board,
- admiralty cloth,
- admiralty house,
- admiralty inlet,
- admiralty islands
Origin of admiralty
Examples from the Web for admiralty
The Lennon Wall in Admiralty is a mosaic of Post-It notes, each square a scribbled wish.
In Admiralty, Thomas, a student at the University of Hong Kong, shared a few well-worn words.Chinese Tourists Are Taking Hong Kong Protest Selfies|Brendon Hong|October 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Central and Admiralty have some of the most expensive retail outlets in the world, and they are popular with the Mainland crowd.
Ichabod is like a drunk uncle at Thanksgiving, always saying adorably outdated things like, “Is this an admiralty court?”‘Sleepy Hollow’ Is TV’s Craziest, Most Over-the-Top New Show ... And You Should Watch It|Amy Zimmerman|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Daily Beast also found in the county clerk records an admiralty lien by Bud Billings for $10 million in silver coins.
In these cases and to that extent the high court of admiralty would have had original jurisdiction.
They are cognizable by the admiralty court, according to locality.The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
The admiralty flag is a plain red flag with a clear anchor in the centre in yellow.
(a) Admiralty property and rights to be retained as at the date hereof.The Irish Constitution|Darrell Figgis
It's down on the admiralty charts, and the French charts, too, as Hikihoho.A Son Of The Sun|Jack London
noun plural -ties
- jurisdiction over naval affairs
- (as modifier)admiralty law
"naval branch of English executive," early 15c., from Old French amiralte, from amirail (see admiral).