Definition of Sublieutenants

1. sublieutenant [n] - See also: sublieutenant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublieutenants

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sublevels
sublibrarian
sublibrarians
sublicence
sublicensable
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sublicensees
sublicenses
sublicensing
sublicensor
sublicensors
sublieutenant
sublieutenants (current term)
subligation
sublight
sublimability
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sublimableness
sublimatable
sublimated
sublimates
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sublimation energy
sublimations
sublimatories

Literary usage of Sublieutenants

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1. The Recruitment of Officers in Time of Peace in the Principal Armies of Europe by United States War Dept. General Staff (1916)
"The sublieutenants of cavalry are sent to the cavalry school at Modena for one ... The sublieutenants of infantry alone are sent directly to their corps ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"The school, on the other hand, is attended by midshipmen or acting sublieutenants and by cadets, and its courses are compulsory for all officers. ..."

3. Annual Report of the American Historical Association by American Historical Association, Smithsonian Institution Press (1905)
"State of the accounts of the lieutenant and sublieutenants of the city of ... Ill, Iv. Accounts of the lieutenants and sublieutenants of Bucks County, ..."

4. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania State Library (1854)
"... that by his last settlement with the sublieutenants in May, 1782, that there is a ballance coming to them jointly from him of some considerable amount ..."

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