commander

[ kuh-man-der, -mahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF commander

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMANDER

Six months more passed, and still no tidings of the ship or its commander.

He looked more like a clerk from a grocery store than the commander of an army.

Yates bade good-by to the commander, and walked with his friend out of the camp.

He was in the fight, and boarded with Decatur, but did not save his commander's life.

The commander still sat on his saddle under the beech-tree where I had left him.

The commander of one of the French divisions acted like a generous enemy.

This letter was written in terms of great asperity to the Danish commander.

Nelson soon assured the Austrian commander that this was not the object of his memorial.

Commander Jowclas blew his brains out after losing heavily at play.

The commander did what he could to bring me to a rational state of mind.

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