weaponry

[ US /ˈwɛpənɹi/ ]
[ UK /wˈɛpənɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. weapons considered collectively
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How To Use weaponry In A Sentence

  • There was no discussion, then or thereafter, but on every subsequent assignment the armorer had supplied weaponry with the same internal modification.
  • All weaponry demands frequent servicing.
  • The spokesman added Ireland insists aircraft overflying national airspace or using its airports for refuelling cannot carry weaponry.
  • Our armour and weaponry were of course wholly authentic, as were our battle cries of 'Ouch' and 'I can't see where I'm going', although we didn't get round to deciding who was a Roundhead, who a Cavalier. Archive 2009-08-01
  • It was a force to be proud of: the unit was outfitted with state of the art weaponry, and each had a shield strapped on his back.
  • Bilko's motor-pool privates were scruffy, lazy, unattractive slobs who liked to do as little work as possible, never paraded and were almost fearful of weaponry.
  • Among their weaponry are surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles and artillery pieces.
  • But, as our graphic shows, all four of the teams have new attacking plays and new weaponry. Times, Sunday Times
  • I think our superiority in toe-to-toe organized military combat weaponry has kept us out of fights with countries like Iran, China, and North Korea, and I think we should continue developing these kinds of weapons. Matthew Yglesias » What Is The Laser Avenger For?
  • The winner of the auction will have a very important stockpile of weaponry to countersue, said Alexander Poltorak , chief executive officer of General Patent Corp., which isn't advising any of the parties in the Nortel auction. U.S. Clears Google Bid on Nortel Patents
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