Definition of navally in English:

navally

adverb

  • See naval

    • ‘At that time, England was navally inferior to Holland.’
    • ‘One member to revolt was Thasos, a rich and navally powerful island which controlled parts of nearby Thrace.’
    • ‘At that time Britain led the world economically, technologically and militarily (or at least navally).’
    • ‘As a counterpoint to these navally oriented papers, he considers the complication for defence planning introduced by the steadily developing capability of air forces.’
    • ‘Much of his church is navally themed.’