noun, plural ar·ma·men·tar·i·a [ahr-muh-muh n-tair-ee-uh, -men-] /ˌɑr mə mənˈtɛər i ə, -mɛn-/.
Origin of armamentarium
Examples from the Web for armamentarium
Tourniquets, placed upon the carotid arteries, occupy a position of great honor in the armamentarium of such people.Insomnia; and Other Disorders of Sleep|Henry M. Lyman
There is another reason why these California remedies should become a part of our armamentarium.
In dealing with the cases in the better-to-do and the rich, one has more weapons in the armamentarium.The Nervous Housewife|Abraham Myerson
noun plural -iums or -ia (-ɪə)
1874, Latin, literally "little arsenal," from armamentum (see armament). Englished as armamentary (1731).