unarmored

ADJECTIVE
  1. used of animals; without protective covering
  2. (used of persons or things military) without protective armor
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How To Use unarmored In A Sentence

  • Separating from the shell above their target, the submunitions descend on wings at a speed of forty-five meters per second to strike the tank or fighting vehicle at its most vulnerable and unarmored point - the roof.
  • I can only think that they would have been even more so for unarmed civilians in unarmored cars.
  • The mission is to destroy armoured and unarmored combat materiel, low and slow airborne vehicles and other targets.
  • Although most species of stickleback can adapt to salt, brackish, or fresh water, unarmored threespine sticklebacks appear to be limited to fresh water.
  • 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. More Odds, More Ends
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