[ US /ˈɑɹmɝi/ ]
[ UK /ˈɑːməɹˌi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a military structure where arms and ammunition and other military equipment are stored and training is given in the use of arms
  2. a collection of resources
    he dipped into his intellectual armory to find an answer
  3. a place where arms are manufactured
  4. all the weapons and equipment that a country has
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How To Use armory In A Sentence

  • The ornamentation of such objects was similar to that of the nielloed gold and silver ladles and cups produced at the Kremlin Armoury in the 16th to early 17th centuries.
  • Hartford Armory has already solved this by offering a screw-in front sight available in different heights, with a special wrench for removal and installation.
  • Ketheral looked around the inside of the armory, picked up a chainwhip, a normal whip, a brace of throwing knives, and a couple of shields.
  • Their statutory purpose was as part of the armoury available to the Home Secretary for the enforcement of immigration control. Times, Sunday Times
  • The strongest weapon in the government's armoury is the price cuts announced on Saturday.
  • Colchester police are gearing up to use a new weapon in their armoury.
  • The court lay in a large open area behind the castellated facade of the former National Guard armoury, now a high school playground. COMPULSION
  • The decadent West does not have many ideological weapons in its armoury but until recently, at least, freedom of speech was one of them.
  • Fighter planes have successfully bombed the enemy's main armoury.
  • Nuclear weapons will play a less prominent part in NATO's armoury in the future.
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