1. indicating the head of a staff
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How To Use in-chief In A Sentence

  • The commander-in-chief was given 36 hours to secure a withdrawal of his troops from the combat zone.
  • He is reportedly dissatisified with the performance of U.S. regional military commanders-in-chief.
  • On Navy Day July 27, 2008 the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy Admiral Vladimir Vysotsky spoke of a revival of Russian naval power over the next decade and declared that the navy would add six carrier battle groups to its complement of warships. News on
  • Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger asked about Google's role in this freemium world; 40 % of the traffic to its sites comes from Google.
  • Yes, sir," Captain Blake said, and watched his commander-in-chief smile arctically. Beyond the Sunrise
  • He had no executive experience—Washington was a former commander-in-chief and plantation owner; Jefferson was getting valuable training as chief wirepuller of an opposition party. America's First Dynasty
  • The tenants-in-chief, and their undertenants, were always battling for their holdings.
  • The first film they previewed for me was Cinescape Editor-In-Chief Anthony C. Ferrante's feature film debut BOO!
  • King, and comes to hold the position of a tenant-in-chief (_une seigneurie collective populaire_). Medieval Europe
  • In similar fashion, a study on Joint Professional Military Education in 1999 found that the regional commanders-in-chief believe officers need to be exposed to joint matters earlier in their career.
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