ADMIRAL: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for ADMIRAL?

Need another word that means the same as “admiral”? Find 1 synonym and 30 related words for “admiral” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Admiral” are: full admiral

Admiral as a Noun

Definitions of "Admiral" as a noun

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “admiral” as a noun can have the following definitions:

  • The most senior commander of a fleet or navy.
  • A butterfly which has dark wings with bold red or white markings.
  • A naval officer of the second most senior rank, above vice admiral and below Admiral of the Fleet or Fleet Admiral.
  • The supreme commander of a fleet; ranks above a vice admiral and below a fleet admiral.
  • Any of several brightly colored butterflies.

Synonyms of "Admiral" as a noun (1 Word)

full admiralThe time when the Moon is fully illuminated.

Associations of "Admiral" (30 Words)

armamentMilitary weapons and equipment.
Armaments factories.
armyThe army of the United States of America the agency that organizes and trains soldiers for land warfare.
He joined the army at 16.
brigadeForm into a brigade.
They thought the speech too closely brigaded with illegal action.
brigadierA general officer ranking below a major general.
colonelA rank of officer in the army and in the US air force above a lieutenant colonel and below a brigadier or brigadier general.
commanderA rank of naval officer above lieutenant commander and below captain.
The commander of a paratroop regiment.
corsairA swift pirate ship (often operating with official sanction.
depredationA destructive action.
The depredations of age and disease.
fleetDisappear gradually.
A fleet of ambulances took the injured to hospital.
flotillaA fleet of small craft.
A flotilla of cargo boats.
galleonA sailing ship in use (especially by Spain) from the 15th to the 18th centuries, originally as a warship, later for trade. Galleons were typically square-rigged and had three or more decks and masts.
A Spanish treasure galleon wrecked off the Florida Keys.
galleyA large open rowing boat kept on a warship for use by the captain.
hijackAn incident or act of hijacking.
He argues that pressure groups have hijacked the environmental debate.
invasionThe spread of pathogenic microorganisms or malignant cells to new sites in the body.
Random drug testing of employees is an unwarranted invasion of privacy.
linerA large luxurious passenger ship of a type formerly used on a regular line.
The batter hit a liner to the shortstop.
navalRelating to a navy or navies.
A naval base.
navyThe ships of a navy.
The dress comes in navy gunmetal grey or black.
pirateA ship that is manned by pirates.
Nine ships were pirated off the coast of the country between 2006 and May of last year.
privateerAn officer or crew member of a privateer.
It may be instructive to compare the supposedly wasteful public sector with the supposedly lean privateers.
rankTake precedence or surpass others in rank.
The strike was supported by the union rank and file.
regimentForm military personnel into a regiment.
Regiment one s children.
shipHire for work on a ship.
A cargo ship.
sinkingA slow fall or decline (as for lack of strength.
After several hours of sinking an unexpected rally rescued the market.
soldierServe as a soldier in the military.
The soldiers stood at attention.
submarineControl a submarine.
The child was injured when he submarined under the safety belt of the car.
vesselA hollow container, especially one used to hold liquid, such as a bowl or cask.
Lord use this lowly vessel let me serve You as You will.
vikingAny of the Scandinavian people who raided the coasts of Europe from the 8th to the 11th centuries.
warriorSomeone engaged in or experienced in warfare.
The warrior heroes of ancient Greece.
warshipA government ship that is available for waging war.
wreckInvolve someone in a shipwreck.
The plane was reduced to a smouldering wreck.

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