admiral (n.) Old form(s): Admirall
admiral's ship, flagship
1H4 III.iii.25[Falstaff to Bardolph] Thou art our admiral
AC III.x.2[Enobarbus alone] the Egyptian admiral ... fly and turn the rudder
E3 III.i.148[Mariner to King John, of the navies] At last conjoined, and by their admiral / Our admiral encountered many shot
E3 III.i.73[Mariner to King John, of the English fleet] on the top gallant of the admiral
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