- non·ar·ma·ment, noun
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How to use armament in a sentence
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 | THE 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.
In this talk he said that modern wars are due to mutual distrust on the part of the nations and great armaments.Ways of War and Peace | Delia Austrian
This was the explanation of the appalling armaments in northern Spain, beyond the Ebro.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte | William Milligan Sloane
Here, it is said, he often wandered "among the many spoils of marbles brought by the armaments of Pisa to this city."Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa | Edward Hutton
Literary criticism, armaments, tariffs, manners—there was no end to it.The Worshippers | Damon Francis Knight
As a counsellor he exerted commanding weight on two main branches of national policy, Ireland and armaments.Sir Walter Ralegh | William Stebbing
British Dictionary definitions for armament
(often plural) the weapon equipment of a military vehicle, ship, or aircraft
a military force raised and armed ready for war
preparation for war involving the production of equipment and arms
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