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Meanings of Armlock:

noun

A method of restraining someone by holding their arm tightly behind their back.

Usage examples:

One of the cops put an armlock on me

Meanings of Armlocks:

noun

A method of restraining someone by holding their arm tightly behind their back.

Usage examples:

One of the cops put an armlock on me

Meanings of Armoire:

noun

A cupboard or wardrobe, typically one that is ornate or antique.

Usage examples:

Storage: dining-room storage tends to come in the form of dressers, tall cupboards or armoires, and…

Meanings of Armoires:

noun

A cupboard or wardrobe, typically one that is ornate or antique.

Usage examples:

Storage: dining-room storage tends to come in the form of dressers, tall cupboards or armoires, and…

Meanings of Armor:

noun

The metal coverings formerly worn to protect the body in battle.

Usage examples:

Knights in armour
verb

Provide (someone) with emotional, social, or other defences.

Usage examples:

The knowledge armoured him against her

Meanings of Armored:

verb

Provide (someone) with emotional, social, or other defences.

Usage examples:

The knowledge armoured him against her
adjective

Covered with or protected by armour.

Usage examples:

Armoured vehicles

Meanings of Armorer:

noun

A maker, supplier, or repairer of weapons or armour.

Usage examples:

The protection and embellishment of the warrior's head has preoccupied warriors themselves, as well…

Meanings of Armorers:

noun

A maker, supplier, or repairer of weapons or armour.

Usage examples:

The protection and embellishment of the warrior's head has preoccupied warriors themselves, as well…

Meanings of Armorial:

adjective

Relating to heraldry or heraldic devices.

Usage examples:

Armorial bearings

Meanings of Armorially:

adverb

In an armorial manner, specifically with or by means of heraldic arms; (also occasionally) in or in relation to armour.

Meanings of Armorials:

adjective

Relating to heraldry or heraldic devices.

Usage examples:

Armorial bearings

Meanings of Armoric:

adjective

Armorican.

noun

Armorican.

Meanings of Armorica:

proper noun

An ancient region of north-western france between the seine and the loire.

Meanings of Armorican:

adjective

Relating to armorica.

Usage examples:

So when gaius julius caesar (100-44 bc) embarked on a conquest of gaul (59-50 bc), he set about occ…

Meanings of Armories:

noun

A place where weapons are kept.

Meanings of Armoring:

verb

Provide (someone) with emotional, social, or other defences.

Usage examples:

The knowledge armoured him against her
noun

The metal coverings formerly worn to protect the body in battle.

Usage examples:

Knights in armour

Meanings of Armorist:

noun

A person who is skilled in heraldry or armory; specifically an expert in the description or depiction of armorial bearings.

Meanings of Armorless:

adjective

Without armour; defenceless.

Meanings of Armors:

verb

Provide (someone) with emotional, social, or other defences.

Usage examples:

The knowledge armoured him against her
noun

The metal coverings formerly worn to protect the body in battle.

Usage examples:

Knights in armour

Meanings of Armory:

noun

Us spelling of armoury.

Meanings of Armour:

noun

The metal coverings formerly worn to protect the body in battle.

Usage examples:

Knights in armour
verb

Provide (someone) with emotional, social, or other defences.

Usage examples:

The knowledge armoured him against her

Meanings of Armour-plate:

noun

A flat, usually round dish with a slightly raised edge that you eat from or serve ...

Meanings of Armour-plated:

adjective

Something that is armour-plated has been covered with special metal to protect it.

Meanings of Armoured:

adjective

Covered with or protected by armour.

Usage examples:

Armoured vehicles
verb

Provide (someone) with emotional, social, or other defences.

Usage examples:

The knowledge armoured him against her

Meanings of Armoured-car:

noun

A vehicle like a van that is covered with armour, used especially to move large amounts of money from one place to another

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