unarmed

[ UK /ʌnˈɑːmd/ ]
[ US /əˈnɑɹmd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (used of plants or animals) lacking barbs or stings or thorns
  2. (used of persons or the military) not having or using arms
    unarmed peasants were shot down
    unarmed vehicles
    went alone and unarmed
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How To Use unarmed In A Sentence

  • Thirty unarmed INS agents accompanied the flight, guarding the handcuffed deportees in shifts, standing in aircraft's aisles at every fifth row.
  • Helmeted police fired dozens of rounds of tear gas and kicked and clubbed unarmed protesters — one of whom cowered on the ground, covering his face. Tunisian leader flees amid protests; PM takes over
  • What sort of unarmed combat skills do they teach in the KGB? Times, Sunday Times
  • Instead, the rebels claim they have focused their attacks on unarmed civilians.
  • Behind them sat 11 more police officers, unarmed and almost cuddly in the circumstances. Times, Sunday Times
  • Adam had distributed the instruments among the unarmed men of the Caves, and told them to get on with bugle practice. KARA KUSH
  • Plus, for all his faults, Cooper never killed an unarmed human being.
  • I couldn't think of a comparable traditional "weapon" that we might use in the US to successfully shut down an oil facility for 10 days unarmed.
  • KUWAIT _ Unarmed Iraqis in civilian clothes crossed into Kuwait for the second time in as many days Monday and removed equipment from a disputed naval base Baghdad considers within its own territory, a U.N. official said. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Her work included accompanying unarmed civilians being threatened by an armed group, serving as a protective presence.
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