noun U.S. Navy.
Origin of lieutenant commander
Examples from the Web for lieutenant commander
Lieutenant-commander Aubyn and three of his officers were standing with their backs turned to him, oblivious of his presence.Billy Barcroft, R.N.A.S.|Percy F. Westerman
Groping in the pitch darkness, the Lieutenant-Commander found the lever actuating the hydroplanes.
Frank approached the commander of the party, Lieutenant-Commander Hastings, and outlined the plight of those he had left behind.The Boy Allies with the Victorious Fleets|Robert L. Drake
"Have a look down below, Mr. Fordyce," continued the Lieutenant-Commander.
"I am informed that my orders will come by to-morrow," added the lieutenant-commander.A Victorious Union|Oliver Optic