Other definitions for RM (2 of 3)
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How to use RM in a sentence
Grower-producers can be identified by the tiny RM on their labels, versus the NM for négociants-manipulants.
He taught Rm, as you will remember, and in the record of his teaching there are hints on some of the mysteries of life.Evolution of Life and Form|Annie Wood Besant
Armadillo, rm-a-dil′o, n. a small American edentate quadruped, having its body armed with bands of bony plates:—pl.
Armament, rm′a-ment, n. forces armed or equipped for war: munitions of war, esp.
Armistice, rm′ist-is, n. a short suspension of hostilities: a truce.
Armour, rm′ur, n. defensive arms or dress: heraldic insignia: plating of ships of war.