|(British) noncommissioned military officer ranked above a corporal or airman first class; police office ranked below a captain or lieutenant (also sergeant)||serjeant|
|achieve something by careful consideration, adopt pose, affect somebody suddenly, affect somebody with emotion, agree to terms, animal disease caused by flies, attempt technical rating in U.S. Navy, be noticed by somebody, be perceived by somebody, bit...||strike|
|American corporation headquartered in California, operator of three major chains of retail clothing stores (Gap, Banana Republic, and Old Navy)||Gap|
|American wild horse, breed of small horses of Spanish origin, first breed of horse used by American Indians; naval officer who was commissioned while he was enlisted (US Navy Slang)||mustang|
|army officer, commissioned rank (Military); officer who holds the rank of lieutenant (Military); assistant, deputy, navy officer, police officer or firefighter, second lieutenant, see also:first lieutenant||lieutenant|
|army, navy, marines, and air force||armed forces|
|badge of office, flag bearer, flag indicating allegiance, flag used to show nationality; sign, symbol; military rank, U.S. Navy rank||ensign|
|branch of the United States armed forces that is trained for combat on land and in the sea and in the air and works in cooperation with the United States Navy||USMC (United States Marine Corps)|
|cabin cruiser, cruiserweight, navy ship; battle-ship; cruise liner; squad-car, patrol-car, police car, small warship, somebody seeking sexual partner, something or somebody that cruises||cruiser|
|Canadian officer, U.S. Navy officer||chief warrant officer|
|close to the sea, influenced by the sea, of or pertaining to the sea; bordering on the sea; in relation to the navy or navigation; living in or near the sea, of the sea||maritime|
|clot, mass, lump; large amount (Informal); sailor (Slang); mouth (Slang), massive amount, Navy enlisted person||gob|
|collection of battle ships; sea branch of the military, fighting unit equipped for sea warfare, fleet of ships, navy blue, seagoing military force||navy|
|command something, commander of boat, commander of ship; group leader, head, important person, lead; champion; fill the role of captain, officer in Canadian forces, officer in navy or coast guard, officer in other armed forces, pilot in command, rank, ...||captain|
|commissioned navy officer; captain of a line of merchant ships, merchant navy captain, naval officer, president of yacht club||commodore|
|dark blue, dark blue in color, navy||navy blue|
|fleet, fleet of Spanish warships; fleet of warships, navy; large group of vehicles||armada|
|former Navy woman||Wave|
|highest U.S. Navy commander||fleet admiral|
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