Examples of navy in a Sentence
A similar submarine is used by several foreign navies.
a career in the navy
The shirt comes in black, white, and navy.
Recent Examples of navy from the Web
Two of the contenders are modified, more heavily armed versions of the LCS designs, while the other three are based on ship designs being produced for other navies—or in one case, for the US Coast Guard.
There is a navy blue pad on the wall underneath the basket at each end of the court.
Evening blues ranging from navy to midnight were plentiful, frequently with pearl or jeweled embellishments that gave the illusion of starry skies.
The collection — for both men and women — includes 40 shades of foundation with lipstick shades from beige to navy.
The first, called Step Back, pays homage to the Rockets' old school navy blue jerseys.
Surveillance footage shows the man wearing a hard hat and orange work vest over a navy coverall jumpsuit, a gray hoodie, and Timberland-style work boots.
The home kit has a deep navy blue front and a light blue pattern on the sleeves, which stretches across the back of the neck.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out on Commonwealth Day beside her husband Prince William (and royal-couple-to-be Prince Harry and Meghan Markle) wearing a sharp navy blue ensemble.
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Origin and Etymology of navy
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of navy for English Language Learners
: the part of a country's military forces that fights at sea using ships, submarines, airplanes, etc.
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