naval vs navel

naval navel


  • 1) Of or relating to a navy.
  • 2) Having a navy.
  • 3) Obsolete Of or relating to ships or shipping.
  • 4) the science of managing or maneuvering vessels sailing in squadrons or fleets.
  • 5) A high officer in some United States customhouses.
  • 6) Having to do with shipping; of or pertaining to ships or a navy; consisting of ships
  • 7) a body of seamen or marines organized for military service on land.
  • 8) connected with or belonging to or used in a navy
  • 9) Navalaffairs.


  • 1) The central part or point of anything; the middle.
  • 2) anatomy The indentation or bump remaining in the abdomen of mammals where the umbilical cord was attached before birth.
  • 3) A central point; a middle.
  • 4) The mark on the surface of the abdomen of mammals where the umbilical cord was attached during gestation.
  • 5) (Gun.) An eye on the under side of a carronade for securing it to a carriage.
  • 6) (Anat.) A mark or depression in the middle of the abdomen; the umbilicus; called also belly button in humans. See umbilicus.
  • 7) a bruise on the top of the chine of the back of a horse, behind the saddle.
  • 8) (Her.) Same as Nombril.
  • 9) the center point or middle of something
  • 10) In ordnance, same as narel bolt.
  • 11) In anatomy, a mark or scar in the middle of the belly where the umbilical cord was attached in the fetus; the umbilieus; the omphalos.
  • 12) The central point or part of anything; the middle.
  • 13) The nave of a wheel.


  • 1) But we need not fear any lack of senior naval officers.
  • 2) The naval base near Augusta is usually used as a refuelling stop for Nato ships.
  • 3) My father was a naval officer and then built a rural electricity supply company that was nationalised.
  • 4) He was the senior serving naval officer.
  • 5) Our rights are being sold off for naval bases.
  • 6) His book is not the work of a scholar but of a naval officer who has come up from the ranks.
  • 7) The only way to get here in the old days was aboard a Chilean naval vessel.
  • 8) naval vessels will churn the waves; helicopters and fighter aircraft will take off and land with screaming engines.
  • 9) British naval officers did not receive a better formal training than their French or Spanish counterparts.
  • 10) The smaller command reflects British naval influence and its recognized right to have a major command regularly assigned to a British admiral.
  • 11) French and US military and naval vessels and divers combed the site yesterday, collecting bodies that were being carried away on a fast current.
  • 12) States to keep troops in time of peace, and they are expressly distinguished and placed in a separate category from land or naval forces in the sixteenth paragraph above quoted; and the words _land_ and _naval forces_ are shown by paragraphs 12, 13, and 14, to mean the Army and Navy of the Confederate States.
  • 13) Balanea, Carnus -- which he calls the naval station of Aradus -- Enydra,
  • 14) As a boy, I thrilled to the glorious adventures of Britain's sailors, such as Sir Francis Drake, the renowned admirals Anson and Howe, and the great Sir Horatio Nelson, whose name will live forever in naval glory.
  • 15) David Cameron and his minions boast that this is only a temporary suspension in naval capability, as two new aircraft carriers are already under construction.
  • 16) They might be interested in naval nuclear reactors, which use highly enriched uranium.
  • 17) During the war six million men passed through South African ports in naval convoys while their ships were repaired, refueled and equipped.
  • 18) During World War II, he served in naval intelligence in the China-Burma-India theater.
  • 19) ‘I would like to study about the naval history between the Japanese and the Royal Navy.’
  • 20) ‘He is also an avid historian and often conducts tours of the historical naval base.’
  • 21) ‘The harbour at Suda Bay was the largest in the Mediterranean Sea and an ideal base for naval operations.’
  • 22) ‘The fleet was to surrender, but it was scuttled before it reached the naval base at Scapa Flow.’
  • 23) ‘One former naval officer said the case represented a sea-change in navy management style.’
  • 24) ‘The Royal Navy has once again reiterated that there were no naval vessels or submarines in the area at the time.’
  • 25) ‘A new expanded yard at Portsmouth will be the most modern naval shipbuilding facility in the world.’
  • 26) ‘It was believed to be the largest gathering of naval vessels in Liverpool for decades.’
  • 27) ‘It lies on an American naval base and the only viewing point is 100 metres away.’
  • 28) ‘It took eight hours to load three miles of pipe, using four officers and 40 naval ratings.’
  • 29) ‘The ships are tied up in Portsmouth naval base, with the numbers on board reduced to single figures.’
  • 30) ‘She and her husband have moved south to the Black Sea - away from the naval base that was their home.’
  • 31) ‘We didn't venture as far as the naval base, but found a beautiful spot to camp right by the edge of the Baltic Sea.’
  • 32) ‘In a party scene, she toasts a young woman, newly betrothed to a naval officer.’
  • 33) ‘It was handed down through the generations of the family of one of Cook's fellow naval officers.’
  • 34) ‘Owned by Mexico, the islands are uninhabited except for a naval base on Socorro.’
  • 35) ‘Only its vital strategic importance as a naval base cushioned it from further reprisals.’
  • 36) ‘As a junior naval officer it seems you work very hard for comparatively little salary.’
  • 37) ‘It was this maritime vulnerability that made naval politics the most important of all politics.’
  • 38) ‘The island became very influenced by America and was a base to America's huge Pacific naval fleet.’


  • 1) Hundreds of them crisscrossed his belly from his navel to his groin.
  • 2) A madman with dusty matted hair stood in dirty brown shorts inspecting his navel.
  • 3) A thin, bright red streak that stretches from my sternum to a couple inches above my navel is a reminder of this.
  • 4) Back at Revolver, a 20-something wearing a collared shirt unbuttoned to his navel is approached and asked what he thinks of Ben Quayle.
  • 5) As one pulp writer said, exposing a navel is sexy.
  • 6) Lucas has not only flopped before, he's delivered some big whoppin 'navel-poppin' skin-burnin 'high-board pool-emptying bellyflops before, but sooner or later, he always manages to bob back to what's left of the surface.
  • 7) With NASA mired in navel-gazing and bureaucracy, it makes sense to support private development of outer space.
  • 8) ‘Abdominal examination revealed a large scar from the navel downwards.’
  • 9) ‘The child may have low back pain, stomach pain below the navel, or a long-lasting fever.’
  • 10) ‘An umbilical hernia occurs when part of the intestine protrudes through a weakness in the abdominal wall at the navel.’
  • 11) ‘Exhale as you contract your abdominal muscles, pulling your navel toward your spine.’
  • 12) ‘Symptoms include a gnawing or burning sensation in the abdomen between the navel and the sternum.’
  • 13) ‘Pain below the navel that spreads to either side may signify a colon disorder.’
  • 14) ‘Can you feel the breath radiating life energy from your navel into your arms, legs and head?’
  • 15) ‘She has already pierced her nose, her ears, her navel and now, her tongue.’
  • 16) ‘Put the palm of your right hand on the abdomen, just above the navel, and press up against the solar plexus or pit of the stomach.’
  • 17) ‘For two years I had occasional pain in the abdomen especially around the navel for short durations.’
  • 18) ‘Tighten your abs by pulling your navel toward your spine and lean to the right.’
  • 19) ‘A jewel sparkled from her pierced navel and her jeans rode low on her hips.’
  • 20) ‘The dead man has a Batman tattoo and a pierced navel.’
  • 21) ‘She also had her navel pierced but she didn't show it off so much.’
  • 22) ‘If the patient wears a navel ring, she is asked to remove it.’
  • 23) ‘Claude smiled lazily and stretched, showing off her tiny ruby navel ring.’
  • 24) ‘Her size two trousers hang about her hips, exposing a navel ring.’
  • 25) ‘Her slender waist was now bare exposing the deep navel.’
  • 26) ‘Soo Lin's shirt was tight and small and showed her bare navel, which had the ring in it.’
  • 27) ‘Such men must be honoured and respected, lest chaos engulf the navel of the world yet again.’
  • 28) ‘Delphi was no longer the navel of the Greek world, acknowledged point of reference for the competing states.’
  • 29) ‘They named the place Cuzco, " the navel of the world, " and the Inca nation was born.’

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