Definitions

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  • adjective covered with heavy steel

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He was armour-clad against germs, immune to all disease.

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  • Ice-hockey rinks, brilliantly lit for violent night-time clashes between armour-clad warriors who smashed into each other, the baying crowd not satisfied until bright-red blood was sprayed across the slashed and scarred ice.

    Fathers & Sons

  • Ice-hockey rinks, brilliantly lit for violent night-time clashes between armour-clad warriors who smashed into each other, the baying crowd not satisfied until bright-red blood was sprayed across the slashed and scarred ice.

    Fathers & Sons

  • Moments later, armour-clad Andrei fell to the ground with a metallic clunk.

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  • Moments later, armour-clad Andrei fell to the ground with a metallic clunk.

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  • Did Stark ever stop during his little hissy fit over all these other armour-clad folks to comtemplate the irony that he freakin' designed most of these suits?

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  • They were huddled near an entrance, being stripped naked by an armour-clad warder.

    Two For The Lions

  • The war-horns of the Aenir sounded and the armour-clad mass began to move slowly forward, Drada and Tostig together at the centre, Asbidag's other sons to the left and right of them.

    The Hawk Eternal

  • Then came the _Ping-Yuen_, of 2850 tons, a coast-defence armour-clad; a turret-ship, the _Tsi-Yuen_, of 2320 tons; the _Chih-Yuen_,

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  • [Illustration: "I AM ARMOUR-CLAD," SAID THE STAG-BEETLE.] "I am armour-clad," said the stag-beetle.

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