Definitions

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  • noun an admiral of the highest rank

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But on the topic of this Brigadier General business -- why just Brigadier General? why not Fleet Admiral or Chief of Naval Operations? that way when you and Nate take a bath, you'll be the one in charge of the rubber duckies.

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  • This information is too sensitive to do anything but whisper in a Fleet Admiral's ear; I wouldn't dare send it via subspace radio, buoy, or any other means that might be intercepted, decoded, anything.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • This information is too sensitive to do anything but whisper in a Fleet Admiral's ear; I wouldn't dare send it via subspace radio, buoy, or any other means that might be intercepted, decoded, anything.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • This information is too sensitive to do anything but whisper in a Fleet Admiral's ear; I wouldn't dare send it via subspace radio, buoy, or any other means that might be intercepted, decoded, anything.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • Fleiter was sharp, and had seen Horwitz's reaction to Keraganis's attempt to put the Fleet Admiral down.

    The Silent Warrior

  • The Fleet Admiral sidestepped Keraganis, favoring him with a pat on the shoulder that he hoped would get the point across that Keraganis was not working with him, but for him, and around the end of the laden table.

    The Silent Warrior

  • The new Fleet Admiral turned to greet the next in the stream of well-wishers.

    The Silent Warrior

  • When the Fleet Admiral was on hand, it became like visiting a hero of the early days, an affable one, say Brian McCormac who cast out the nonhuman invaders and whose statue stood ever afterward on a high pillar near the main campus of the University.

    The Day of Their Return

  • When the Fleet Admiral was on hand, it became like visiting a hero of the early days, an affable one, say Brian McCormac who cast out the nonhuman invaders and whose statue stood ever afterward on a high pillar near the main campus of the University.

    The Day Of Their Return

  • Then he'd hope that the Ranger or Fleet Admiral in charge overruled him; he didn't like thinking what military occupation could do to the occupied system.

    Teams A Terran Empire story

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