- navigation act,
- navigation acts,
- navigational satellite,
- navigator islands,
- navratilova, martina,
- navstar global positioning system
Origin of navigator
Examples from the Web for navigator
But my favorite story linked—inevitably—the navigator program to ACORN.What’s Really Obstructing Obamacare? GOP Resisters|Michael Tomasky|November 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Fred Noonan, her navigator, was too drunk to operate the equipment.
She eloped with her navigator, Fred Noonan, to escape her fame.
Wherever the peace process travels from here, the U.S. no longer is its navigator.
The navigator, David Marchant, a larger-than-life figure, had plotted a course to Florida that Nyad and her team trusted.
When near enough to speak, Fray Pedro stopped, and stood patiently waiting for a moment when he might catch the navigator's eye.Mercedes of Castile|J. Fenimore Cooper
We say, then, that the wind in a storm is not in rotation, and it is a dangerous doctrine to teach the navigator.Outlines of a Mechanical Theory of Storms|T. Bassnett
The whole of the food could only be taken by a ploughman's appetite, and only be digested by a navigator's stomach.The History Of The Last Trial By Jury For Atheism In England|George Jacob Holyoake
Nevertheless, many vexatious accidents still awaited the navigator.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
He was navigator of the Council ship, and had asked to accompany Tardo on the brief inspection trip.Disqualified|Charles Louis Fontenay
1580s, "one who navigates," from Latin navigator "sailor," agent noun from navigat-, stem of navigare (see navigation). Meaning "laborer employed in excavating a canal" is 1775, from sense in inland navigation "communication by canals and rivers" (1727).