armor

All Noun
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  • At last, he rode back to his own army and changed into battle armor.
  • Three teams came in where there were no infantry or armor to cover them.
  • She cut her hair short and wore armor in several extensive battle scenes.
  • She stayed alive inside his head and built armor for her daughter.
  • Neither the king's body nor his armor were ever found.
  • Attack helicopters attack enemy armor and provide close air support for ground troops.
  • These gold pieces can be used to buy weapons, armor, and other equipment.
  • His style continued to influence the unique form of English armor for nearly half a century after his death.
  • Their role was limited to reconnaissance due to their age and light armor.
  • DuPont has been the key company behind the development of modern body armor.
  • The character's armor just kind of fell into place.
  • No light armor was fitted above the main belt or at either end of the ship.
  • Below the belt the ship had no armor, only a double bottom.
  • Men, women, and children were all armed with weapons and wore armor.
  • In some cases, such as a target with plate armor, few weapons can do much damage directly.
  • Because, in her mind, these armors brought about nothing but sorrow, pain, and death.
  • Weapons and armor can be equipped to increase character strength and defense, respectively.
  • In towns, players can visit various stores where weapons, armor, and items can be bought.
  • These versions mounted extra armor, though tests showed this was not very effective.
  • Some armors still take a liquid form but are not stored within his body.
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Meaning of armor

  • noun Protective covering made of metal and used in combat
  • noun A military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles
  • noun Tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant
  • verb Equip with armor