navally

adverb
na·​val·​ly | \ ˈnāvəlē, -li\

Definition of navally

1 : with a naval crown an eagle … and on the sinister a stork proper, each navally gorgedBurke's Peerage
2 : in a naval manner or from a naval standpoint navally, the U.S. controls the Pacific— F. H. Cramer

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History and Etymology for navally

naval + -ly

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