Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To disarm.

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Examples

  • Soros wants to de-arm (that means take away completely) the entire world population.

    Is Joe Biden a Closet Gun Lover?

  • Why not just de-arm the police and leave the public to it.

    Good For The Goose « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The real question right now, John, is how does it affect the very serious negotiations that are going on between the United States and North Korea to de-arm, disarm North Korea's nuclear plant?

    CNN Transcript Apr 25, 2008

  • Turn around, land, de-arm, shut down, refuel, re-cock the aircraft, lay out your gear again just like a firefighter would and walk back to the ready room.

    The Blog of War

  • Now one of the issues for the peace and security of Afghanistan will be to try and de-arm the warlords and the tens of thousands of young men out there who carry guns and have only known how to pull a trigger for years and years and years, trying to get them into some kind of other employment.

    CNN Transcript Jan 4, 2002

  • They also said that they want to de-arm a lot of the warlords.

    CNN Transcript Dec 23, 2001

  • April 15/08: Bristol Environmental & Engineering Services Corp. in Anchorage, AK won a $5 million firm-fixed price contract to design and build Elmendorf Air Force Base's F22 infrastructure Phase II, and F22 taxiway, taxi lanes, and arm/de-arm sites.

    Defense Industry Daily

  • Maybe we should go back to Bernie’s and de-arm before you head over to the lawyer’s offices?

    Shadow Chase

  • Maybe we should go back to Bernie’s and de-arm before you head over to the lawyer’s offices?

    Shadow Chase

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