an arm of the Pacific Ocean in NW Washington, at the entry to Puget Sound.
Caribou: Craig, 1927: 22 (Admiralty Inlet; former abundance; depletion by hunting).
The Barren Ground Caribou of Keewatin Francis Harper
- Admiralty islands
a group of islands in the SW Pacific, N of New Guinea: part of Papua New Guinea. About 800 sq. mi. (2070 sq. km). Historical Examples Mr. Mosely describes the same method of ornamenting the body as he observed it amongst the men of the Admiralty Islands. The Solomon Islands and Their Natives H. B. […]
- Admiralty law
. Historical Examples (e) admiralty law may be defined as in one sense the law of the sea. International Law George Grafton Wilson and George Fox Tucker In admiralty law, opposed to ignorance, and the want of which is liable to heavy penalty. The Sailor’s Word-Book William Henry Smyth Commeatus, in admiralty law, is a […]
- Admiralty mile
. noun another name for nautical mile
- Admiralty range
a mountain range in Antarctica, NW of the Ross Sea. noun a mountain range in Antarctica, on the coast of Victoria Land, northwest of the Ross Sea