armored

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • The tank is relatively well armored and will take a number of "hits" before being destroyed.
  • The country provided armored pick-up trucks and other military equipment.
  • It also ordered the creation of a board to inquire into the various designs proposed for armored ships.
  • Many modern forces now have their dedicated armored car designs, to exploit the advantages noted above.
  • This refers to infantry which are less heavily armed and armored than heavy infantry, but more so than light infantry.
  • Airborne forces are generally composed of infantry and light, non-armored vehicles and guns.
  • A great variety of armored cars appeared on both sides during World War I and these were used in various ways.
  • More armored vehicles and higher calibre weapons are to be bought in the mid-term future.
  • Almost none of its Soviet-style light-armored vehicles or trucks are operational.
  • They were organized into a battalion that was later incorporated into the Armored Regiment.
  • The ship was protected by an armored deck that was up to thick.
  • These variants together represent about half of U.S. Army armored vehicles today.
  • Some types of anti-personnel mines can also damage the tracks or wheels of armored vehicles.
  • The repaired bridge, however, would not support the unit's heavy-armored half-tracks and assault guns.
  • He served with the Third Armored Division briefly, but was soon commissioned a second lieutenant.
  • Armored cars are typically less expensive and on roads have better speed and range than tracked military vehicles.
  • Reports from the armored divisions that received them prior to the end of hostilities were generally positive.
  • Above the main belt-running up to the main deck-was a short armored strake thick.
  • In this way, even large or heavily armored ships could be sunk or disabled with a single well-placed hit.
  • This was the first-ever battle fought between two armored warships and marked a turning point in naval warfare.
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Root form of armored is armor for the verb.

Synonyms of armored

Meaning of armored

  • verb Equip with armor
  • adjective Protected by armor (used of persons or things military)
  • adjective Used of animals; provided with protective covering