/ (ˈɑːməd) /
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having a protective covering, such as armour or bone
comprising units making use of armoured vehiclesan armoured brigade
(of glass) toughened
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How to use armoured in a sentence
The armoured plates on the undamaged places on bombers, cut down losses by something like 30 per cent.Peter Worthington on Thinking Outside the Box|David Frum|May 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
French troops in armoured personnel carriers rolled through the streets of Kidal in northern Mali on Wednesday.No Quick Fix For Mali: French Troops Can’t End Crisis|William Lloyd George|January 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Beyond an armoured shelter built against the brick wall of a house, the road turns to the left.
Go through the Rue d'Estaires, in which there is a large and very high armoured shelter that served as an observation-post.
"Oh, yes, I am sure you would run away if the armoured knight with his wild eyes should come nearer," said Mea.Maezli|Johanna Spyri
The line was also protected by a large number of armoured trains.My Reminiscences of the Anglo-Boer War|Ben Viljoen.
Here, in this armoured chiton, would be an object that a poet might readily call "a chiton of bronze."Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang