naval[ ney-vuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF naval
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NAVAL
We now loaded with naval stores, and cleared again for Liverpool.
Now, the Government of Quebec is neither a naval nor a military power.
He was a naval officer, and he had brought me a sailor who had been wounded at the fort of Ivry.
Madden realized he was seeing what every landsman dreams of seeing: a naval battle.
Naval activity in the northern waters of Europe did not abate.
The lull in naval construction, however, was of short duration.
Four of the Boveyhayne men had been drowned in a naval battle.
Of the disposition of the naval forces of Germany less was known.
He was a pupil at the naval college, and had no suspicion of the calling of his mother.
The first naval battle of the Great War was fought on August 28, 1914.