lieutenant

[ loo-ten-uh nt; in British use, except in the navy, lef-ten-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF lieutenant
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Lieutenant Rawlins volunteered to try and reach it with the order.

Captain Baker and Lieutenant Wheatley followed with a few more.

Lieutenant Wynter brought these back, as an escort to the guns.

Lieutenant Ford was wounded and a branch of an artery was cut.

Had he not had the strength to do so, Lieutenant Ford must have died.

"Yes; go with the lieutenant, children," said Madame Permon.

The lieutenant heard somebody say, "That's Blackbeard hisself."

Suddenly, the mouth of a pistol was pointing straight at the lieutenant's head.

She'd like to be an Irish girl called Kitty in love with the lieutenant.

One man urged, that the lieutenant had been kind to him when he was sick.

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