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- adj. Armed with a weapon.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with weapons, or arms; armed; equipped.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Armed for offense; furnished with offensive arms.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. carrying weapons
The sight of time-traveling apes, Latverian super-despots, and gloriously-weaponed killing machines like Wolverine or the Predator rendered as such makes me weep.
Or on velvet grasses, or on tussocky sands weaponed with shingle.
"Today we ride fully armored and weaponed, and woe betide the enemy who tries to take us unawares."
Later Israel, where were their complaints when 5 Arab armies attacked that hugely outnumbered. out weaponed, ragbag of an army - NOWHERE, so does any sane person wonder why Israel defends itself as it sees fit - even then trying its best to not harm civilians, and suffering the lies of the rabid mob.
Hasan a steed of the best and equipped him in panoply and weaponed him with goodly weapons.
Mamelukes and slave-women and men-at-arms, all splendidly accoutred and weaponed for war.
ALso, they are veiwed by many in Lebanon as the only defense force that they have against an over-weaponed “neighbor”.
Quite right ... given that the Taliban are out-weaponed in the most ferocious way, how dare they not directly and suicidally confront up-armored Humvees and attack helicopters with sticks and rocks?
"Cam, dammit," Ian cursed as he weaponed up as well.
If I fall in with ghosts, a score of men would help me nought; and if I happen on weaponed men who would do me scathe, of what avail were one man against them?
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