- n. Plural form of army.
“No other State north of South Carolina was so harried by the forces of the king; and against no other State did they direct such efforts or send such armies, armies which held portions of it to the close of the war.”
“At the present moment, when our very existence is threatened by armies vastly superior in numbers to ours, the necessity for defense has induced a call, not for 'the whole militia of all the States,' not for any militia, but for men to compose _armies_ for the Confederate”
“And President Bush is trying to rally what he calls the armies of compassion.”
“A state which regulates crime and invading armies is good.”
“An ardent anti-communist, he advocated for millions of dollars in Defense funding to aid the development of Latin American armies, especially in El Salvador.”
“Sometimes the reason he can fight armies is because of a hard carpace, other times because of some hyper-healing ability.”
“Countless the action fleets shotly rushed to Windom main armies under closing battle units covering, shocking action group of fleets high speed!”
“I've heard tell of the other kind of women that gallivanted off like me and did queer things – the sort that become soldiers in armies, and sailors on ships.”
“The debate about the relative strengths of Israeli forces and the invading Arab armies is just part of a pernicious campaign to discredit the very real existential security concerns that Israel has had to deal with, continuously, since the pre-independence days as a nascent state.”
“Henceforth what in Soviet parlance were known as armies would be dramatically smaller, forces of only five or six divisions.”
Looking for tweets for armies.