OTHER WORDS FROM weaponizeweap·on·i·za·tion, noun
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Over the years, food here has been weaponized, withheld, and used as a means of corruption and coercion by those in power.
The flag belongs to us all and yet it has been weaponized against so many.
Unlike today, back then angry female characters were not yet fully weaponized.To detox from the news, I binge-watched ‘Dallas.’ It was more than just fun.|Sibbie O'Sullivan|January 20, 2021|Washington Post
Democrats fear Barr is weaponizing the Justice Department ahead of the election.Ex-judge says Trump "pressure campaigns" led to DOJ reversal in Flynn case|Orion Rummler|September 11, 2020|Axios
Over the last month, fireworks have been weaponized at demonstrations across the country.Fireworks Usage Is Exploding. But July 4th Silence Awaits|Andrew R. Chow|June 19, 2020|Time
The message will be clear: Tehran will not be allowed to weaponize its nuclear operations.