Origin of munition
OTHER WORDS FROM munitionun·mu·ni·tioned, adjective
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How to use munition in a sentence
A whizzing roar overwhelmed her ears as the bomber unleashed its munitions.The Women Who Fought to Defend Their Homes Against ISIS|Gayle Tzemach Lemmon|February 22, 2021|Time
Police had exhausted their chemical munitions, which Glover said had done little to slow the attackers, and rioters inside maneuvered through the many passageways, only to suddenly appear in the middle of police lines, causing further havoc.How battered D.C. police made a stand against the Capitol mob|Peter Hermann|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
He said many rioters came prepared, with enhanced versions of munitions carried by police.Beaten, sprayed with mace and hit with stun guns: police describe injuries to dozens of officers during assault on U.S. Capitol|Peter Hermann, Julie Zauzmer|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
“I’ve never seen such sustained violence between law enforcement and citizens that wasn’t ended earlier by lots of teargas and less lethal munitions,” Millis said.What it was like to photograph the insurrection at the Capitol|Alex Scimecca|January 9, 2021|Fortune
CFIUS was established in 1975 by President Gerald Ford to safeguard strategic industries like oil and munitions from foreign control.How the secretive CFIUS became a powerful weapon in the trade wars|Jeff|October 19, 2020|Fortune
Cargo holds are still stocked with munition, though the weaponry sunk with the ships is still considered dangerous.
First I had better fix the sequence of the munition cables, for upon them the whole attack has hung—or rather, hung fire.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
It served the same King in his wars with France with eleven ships of war, well furnished with men and munition.East Anglia|J. Ewing Ritchie
The Emperor proceeded at once to station the various corps along the Vistula, with provision and munition depots behind them.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
The men are at war, the women in the munition plants and factories.A Journey Through France in War Time|Joseph G. Butler, Jr.
It is not known definitely how many ex-munition workers in this country are at present in Government unemployment.