rearm

[ UK /ɹiːˈɑːm/ ]
[ US /ˈɹiˈɑɹm/ ]
VERB
  1. arm again
    After the war, the defeated country was not rearmed by the victors
  2. arm anew
    After the war, the defeated country was not allowed to rearm
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How To Use rearm In A Sentence

  • Then prop yourself up using your toes and forearms maintaining a flat position. The Sun
  • Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples' liberty's teeth. George Washington 
  • Lie on your side resting on one forearm with your legs extended. Times, Sunday Times
  • From the rearmost area of the building, my mother stepped into the hallway. Arcane Circle
  • The organisation's shield consisted of a male forearm whose fist was thrusting the point of a spear into the jaws of a wolf. DOVES OF WAR: Four Women of Spain
  • He leaned over and reached into the glove compartment, his forearm accidentally brushing across her thigh.
  • Police say the weapons were seized as it is suspected that they breach the 1982 Firearms Act, which prohibits the selling of readily convertible blank firing weapons.
  • The amendment would bar the Interior Department from prohibiting individuals from legally carrying firearms inside national parks and wildlife refuges.
  • Another injection site is at the volar side of the forearm, 4 cm proximal to the wrist crease between the tendons of the radial flexor muscle and the palmaris longus muscle.
  • The only defender with a legitimate excuse is CB Ryan McNeil, who is playing with a soft cast on his fractured forearm.
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