Origin of armament
Examples from the Web for armaments
They had tanks and mortars and all sorts of armaments provided by the American taxpayer.Iraq Is Vietnam 2.0 And U.S. Drones Won’t Solve The Problem|Leslie H. Gelb|June 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And if so, does that mean that you then have to take out the armaments in Damascus and are you prepared then to bomb Damascus?
But there appeared to be no evidence that armaments were stored in the Dalu home.
In what way, exactly, is a nation bristling with armaments like people gunned down by the Einsatzgruppen?
From assault rifles to antiaircraft missiles, Libya is overflowing with armaments.
He replied: "We do not know of any armaments in the Austrian states which can be magnified into preparations for war."Louis Philippe|John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
We have been urging disarmament while spending millions to increase our own armaments.Our National Defense:|George Hebard Maxwell
Literary criticism, armaments, tariffs, manners—there was no end to it.The Worshippers|Damon Francis Knight
The strategical position of Russia was no more sound than the state of her armaments.A Short History of the Great War|A. F. Pollard
No other government has nationalized the manufacture of armaments and war-materials to the exclusion of private manufacturers.Defenseless America|Hudson Maxim
British Dictionary definitions for armaments
Word Origin for armament
Word Origin and History for armaments
c.1600, "munitions of war" (especially the great guns on board a man-of-war), also "naval force equipped for war" (1690s), from Latin armamentum "implement," from Latin armare "to arm, furnish with weapons" from arma (see arm (n.2)). Meaning "process of equipping for war" is from 1813.