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  • noun Plural form of armourer.

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Examples

  • Otherwise there are some cunning eastern european armourers who can make decent stuff from measurements that won't cost him quite as much as £4,000.

    zornhau: Wny I care about what YOU believe...

  • At the same time he was deep in discussion with Terry, who was now on hand; there was great heave and ho everywhere, with inspections and issue of rations and farriers and armourers going demented and messengers flying and the telegraph office open night and day; how the dickens Custer had energy enough for his evening's jollity I can't fathom.

    Isabelle

  • Yes, once the booming voice effect was discovered or re-discovered - it might have been encountered independently many times by different armourers, I imagine it would be part of making the leader appear powerful and impressive to both his own side and the enemy.

    Early medieval armies: numbers

  • Groups of armourers, each under a British sergeant, went from man to man, fastening the heavy lengths of irons between their ankles; the fast clanging of the hammers and the drum-beat made the most uncanny noise, clink-clank-boom! clink-clank-clinkboom! and a thin wailing sounded from beyond the ranks of the native infantry.

    Fiancée

  • That was why armourers, myself included, could not obtain noteworthy assistance in work on the automatic rifle.

    The Gun

  • Suddenly something jarred - the story was all about class issues - how the pilots were public school types and the armourers and fitters were working class types.

    UNRELIABLE SCIENCE

  • Ought men idly to boast and get them armourers 'weapons? when we with these our hands have caught this prey and torn the monster limb from limb?

    The Bacchantes

  • Ought men idly to boast and get them armourers 'weapons? when we with these our hands have caught this prey and torn the monster limb from limb?

    The Bacchantes

  • If teenagers know where to obtain fire arms from criminal armourers why do the Police appear to be ignorant?

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The King sat listening to the busy hum among the soldiery, the clatter from the forges, where horseshoes were preparing, and from the tents of the armourers, who were repairing harness.

    The Talisman

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