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- adj. Not armored; not wearing armor
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not armored; specifically, not plated or sheathed with metal as a defense from projectiles: noting ships of war: as, an unarmored cruiser.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. used of animals; without protective covering
- adj. (used of persons or things military) without protective armor
Before gunpowder, give me a suit of plate-and-mail, a stout helm, and a whomping big shield, and keep magic out of it, and I'll make mincepie out of unarmored or lightly armored opponents.
She was kidnapped on Sept. 26 when insurgents ambushed the unarmored vehicle in which she was traveling.
Hanh: I loved the scene where the old guy, Ser Barristan Selmy Ian McElhinney got all huffy and threw down his sword and unarmored himself when Cersei relieved him of duty.
She had been driving in an unarmored car without a security guard, and was accosted on the road by men in Afghan army uniforms.
But these mixed columns of armored and unarmored vehicles posed all kinds of logistical problems, not least of which was they required enormous areas in which to maneuver, as well as control of the airspace.
Had he been unarmored, as Rand was, the farm boy would have killed him half a dozen times by now, slicing through cloth and flesh and bone as if it were cheese.
I suspect that tungsten balls are used in the M1 tank canister round for unarmored vehicles.
It is a shame that we went into the cities with unarmored vehicles, like driving your chevy into a war zone.
Vehicles were nonetheless available: ‘To get the rest of the platoon to the fight,’ he says, ‘we would use Toyota Hilux pickup trucks or unarmored flatbed humvees.’
A round pierced his unarmored truck, shattering his left leg.