Definition of Nuclear submarine

1. Noun. A submarine that is propelled by nuclear power.

Exact synonyms: Nautilus, Nuclear-powered Submarine
Generic synonyms: Pigboat, Sub, Submarine, U-boat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nuclear Submarine

nuclear reactor cores
nuclear reactors
nuclear resonance
nuclear response function
nuclear response functions
nuclear rocket
nuclear rockets
nuclear sap
nuclear scaffold serine protease
nuclear scan: adrenals
nuclear sclerosis
nuclear spectrum
nuclear spindle
nuclear stain
nuclear submarine (current term)
nuclear summer
nuclear summers
nuclear terrorism
nuclear testing
nuclear transplantation
nuclear transport
nuclear war
nuclear warfare
nuclear warhead
nuclear wars
nuclear waste
nuclear weapon
nuclear weapons
nuclear winter

Literary usage of Nuclear submarine

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1. The Cold War in Asia edited by James G. Hershberg (1996)
"Investigation into 1970 fire aboard nuclear submarine "K-8. ... New data on disaster aboard nuclear submarine PL-574 which claimed 89 lives. ..."

2. Overcoming Impediments to U.S.-Russian Cooperation on Nuclear by National Research Council (U.S.), Security Development, and Cooperation, Policy and Global Affairs (2004)
"nuclear submarine Dismantlement The resolution of the House of Representatives ... The history of the Russian nuclear submarine decommissioning within the ..."

3. French Security And Defence Policy: Current Developments And Future Prospects by Fredrik Wetterqvist (1993)
"The most obvious element would be to work towards an integration of their nuclear submarine fleets. Co-ordination of the targeting would increase the ..."

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