adjective(well armed when postpositive)
  1. having many or good weapons: well-armed forces

  2. suitably prepared in advance: well armed for an argument

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How to use well-armed in a sentence

  • The flower of the insurgent army was there, well armed and supplied with artillery and shrapnel shell.

    The Philippine Islands | John Foreman
  • Lawrence took a burning brand from the fire, and all three, well armed, started to find the cause of the trouble.

  • Now he rode with me, well armed and stalwart, as my servant, and one could hardly want a more likely looking one.

    A Prince of Cornwall | Charles W. Whistler
  • The party now consisted of twenty-five men, for the most part pretty well armed.

    Overland | John William De Forest
  • It's a devilish shame that a dozen tolerably well-armed men should be so helpless.

    Overland | John William De Forest