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ar·ma·ment / ˈärməmənt/ • n. (also armaments) military weapons and equipment: chemical weapons and other unconventional armaments. ∎  the process of equipping military forces for war. ∎ archaic a military force equipped for war.

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armament

armament XVII. — L. armāmentum, f. armāre; see ARM2, -MENT, and cf. F. armement.

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