Recent Examples of warship from the Web
According to the U.S. Army Center of Military History, the gun salute system has its roots in naval tradition, when salutes were typically fired from warship cannons.
His life was now out of classrooms and onto the rolling decks of warships.
Plenty of warships and other aircraft, including the Millennium Falcon, will be part of the landscape in the new Star Wars lands under construction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando and Disneyland in California.
Both sides claim the drills, which involve aircraft, warships, tanks and artillery, are purely defensive in nature.
Differences between Senate and House funding plans for warships built at Mobile's Austal USA plant have wedged their way into the U.S. Senate race in Alabama.
Churchill waived further payment on two warships that British shipyards were building for Turkey.
On July 11, two Chinese Navy warships reportedly departed from Zhanjiang, carrying an undisclosed amount of troops across the Indian Ocean.
The diesel warship -- with a complement of advanced J-15 fighter jets -- will host unprecedented public tours this weekend to mark the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty.
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Definition of warship for English Language Learners
: a military ship that has many weapons and is used for fighting in wars
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