Example sentences for: admirals

How can you use “admirals” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Japan’s progress toward parliamentary democracy was halted in the 1930s by the growing nationalism being imposed on government by the generals and admirals.

  • For instance, in the Navy, so the story explains, the plan to develop unmanned bombers ran into the formidable opposition of the carrier admirals.

  • John McCain's father and grandfather, John Sidney McCain Jr. and Sr., were distinguished naval officers who rose to become four-star admirals.

  • The central issue of the federal bench financial data case--whether dissemination via the Web poses some sort of extra danger not posed by paper--is also raised in a front-page WSJ feature about a recently discovered scam in which someone applied for and got and used credit cards in the names of the top U.S. military officers, including more than 75 generals and admirals.

  • After all, according to the LAT , in the Army the difference in the attrition rates for men and women is 19 percent, while by the NYT 's own lights, there are only 37 women generals or admirals.

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