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[nˈe͡ɪvɪ], [nˈe‍ɪvɪ], [n_ˈeɪ_v_ɪ]

Synonyms for Navy:

blue (adjective)

aquamarine, azure, baby blue, blue, cadet blue, cobalt, cornflower, cyan, indigo, lavender, marine blue, midnight blue, peacock, powder blue, robin's egg blue, sapphire, turquoise, ultramarine.

Other synonyms and related words:

Cavendish, Marines, Naval Combatant, US Navy, USN, admiralty, air force, almanac, argosy, armada, armed forces, armed sea force, armed service, armed services, army, army list, aureate, battleship, blue shade, blueish, blueness, bluish, body of warships, bottoms, bronzy, brownish, cadaster, cadastre, cerulean, chaw, chew, chewing tobacco, chromatic, civil service list, clergy list, cloudless, coast guard, color, colorful, coloured, convoy, coppery, creamy, cud, cut plug, dark blue, directory, division, earthlike, eating tobacco, escadrille, fid, fleet, float, flotilla, forces, gazetter, gilded, golden, it's blue, line, man-of-war's man, marine, marine defense, maritime, merchant fleet, merchant marine, merchant navy, military, military establishment, military service, mosquito fleet, nautical almanac, naval, naval force, naval forces, naval militia, naval reserve, navies, navy blue, navy plug, niggerhead, pigment, pigtail, quid, reddish, sailor, sea force, sea power, service, services, shade of blue, shipping, ships, soldiery, squadron, task force, task group, tobacco juice, tonnage, twist, united states navy, vessels, war fleet, warships, whaling fleet, wooden walls, yanks.

Rhymes for Navy:

  1. wavy, gravy, davy;

Quotes for Navy:

  1. I enlisted when I was a boy. The Navy looked after me like my mother. It fed me, took care of me and gave me wonderful opportunities. Tony Curtis.
  2. I went over to the Charlestown Navy Yard yesterday and saw some big men of war, one over 100 guns. John D. Long.
  3. Kennedy lied and lied about his health while he was alive, even using his father's influence to get into the Navy without ever taking a medical examination. Richard Reeves.