verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Related formsre·ar·ma·ment [ree-ahr-muh-muh nt] /riˈɑr mə mənt/, noun
Examples from the Web for rearm
Throughout the 1970s Carter badgered the NATO allies to rearm.Carter in Oscarland: The Rehabilitation of the 39th President|Douglas Brinkley|February 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It will be just a matter of time before they rearm through the tunnels, she said.
The ceasefire will least as long as it takes Hamas to rearm, and likely not much longer than that.
But without significant diplomatic follow-up, it will likely last only as long as it takes Hamas to rearm.
So why not “try to give them the tools to rearm to be reemployed?”Congress Ponders Adding GED Requirement to Unemployment Benefits|Gary Rivlin|February 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When they united with Frmont he was obliged to rearm them with Springfield rifles from his own stores.The Civil War Through the Camera|Henry W. (Henry William) Elson
If they won the armistice, they'd be able to retrench and rearm, and the war would break out again within a few years.In Case of Fire|Gordon Randall Garrett
This fort the Admiral, in those days of waiting, had taken the precaution secretly to garrison and rearm.Captain Blood|Rafael Sabatini
"And now the Kerak Worlds want to rearm and try again," Leoh said.The Dueling Machine|Benjamin William Bova
He'll drop fifty planet bombs out of your peaceful skies and collect your vassal worlds before they can rearm.Victory|Lester del Rey