noun, plural na·vies.
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Origin of navy
OTHER WORDS FROM navypro·na·vy, adjective
Words nearby navy
Example sentences from the Web for navy
As Philip served in the British navy during the war, he and Elizabeth corresponded and met several times.Prince Philip, royal consort to Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 99|Adrian Higgins|April 9, 2021|Washington Post
VARD Marine, which makes everything from ferries to navy ships, will work on designing the ship’s architecture, including its hull, mechanical, and electrical systems.DARPA wants designs for robotic warships that won’t need a crew|Kelsey D. Atherton|March 10, 2021|Popular Science
“The U.S. Navy will attain IOC [initial operational capability] in 2018 with 3F software,” DellaVedova wrote.
He was a great lover of the navy, and he liked me because of it.
My father was in an intelligence unit for the U.S. Navy, as he had been in World War II.
The Navy and Marine Corps versions of the F-35 have differing configurations and rely on an external gun pod.New U.S. Stealth Jet Can’t Fire Its Gun Until 2019|Dave Majumdar|December 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Within hours, the Indonesian navy said dozens of bodies were being seen.
We show the Navy all our important operations cables; they have their own ways of doing things and don't open out so freely.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
This Committee shall be divided into three sections, viz.:—Of diplomacy; of the navy; and of the army.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
Thomas Harvey, a distinguished officer in the British navy, died at Bermuda, aged 65.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Her total Naval complement is 2200 officers and enlisted men of the regular Navy.
He was promoted up the ladder of success steadily, and in 1910 he received his commission as a Commander in the Navy.