[see-lawncht, -lahncht] /ˈsiˌlɔntʃt, -ˌlɑntʃt/
a ballistic missile designed for launch by a submarine or surface ship.
Abbreviation: SLBM, S.L.B.M.
- Sea-launched cruise missile
noun 1. a cruise missile launched by surface ships or submarines against land or sea targets and equipped with nuclear or conventional warheads, with a range of 2210 miles (3556 km). Abbreviation: SLCM, S.L.C.M.
noun 1. an Old World, maritime plant, Limonium vulgare, of the leadwort family, having one-sided spikes of small, lavender-colored flowers. 2. a similar plant, Limonium carolinianum, of the eastern coast of North America. sea lavender noun 1. any of numerous perennial plants of the plumbaginaceous genus Limonium, of temperate salt marshes, having spikes of white, […]
noun, Nautical Slang. 1. a sailor inclined to question or complain about the orders given. noun 1. (nautical, slang) a contentious seaman
noun 1. a town in S California.