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  • adj. Not armed with a weapon.


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un- +‎ weaponed


  • All adult males carry arms, and would be held womanish if they were seen unweaponed.

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo

  • Steel clattered on stone, and Stanach spun to see Hornfel, unweaponed and his back to the burning valley.


  • She pointed her long arm at him, and some strange force seemed to be wielded by that unweaponed woman-hand that struck him and pierced him through flesh, and bone and marrow ....

    The Dop Doctor

  • Meaning to win trophies to lay at Miss Brentwood's feet, the present stage of the rough joust with Fortune found him unhorsed, unweaponed and rolling in the dust of the lists.

    The Grafters

  • Thrilling the unweaponed crowd with plumeless heads?


  • No skill is his to strike against me, my shield to hew though he hardy be, bold in battle; we both, this night, shall spurn the sword, if he seek me here, unweaponed, for war.


  • Edwin drew his sword, and would have given it into the hand of his friend; but Wallace, putting it back, rapidly answered, Leave my defence to this unweaponed arm.

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • Raise the street: he's unweaponed, and thou hast a weapon on.

    A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 6

  • On the morrow Ralph went up to the King's Castle with but three men unweaponed bearing the gift which he had got for the King.

    The Well at the World's End: a tale

  • Ralph and Ursula buried these two with the heaping of stones and went their ways; but some two miles thence they came upon another dead man-at-arms, and near him an old man unweaponed, and they heaped stones on them.

    The Well at the World's End: a tale


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