armory

[ ahr-muh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF armory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARMORY

Then the Dragon-King was frightened, and had the heaviest weapon in his armory brought in.

They keep Troopers in the Armory and teach them how to fight.

So we come back home to Newyork and they lock us up in the Armory.

But when they'd opened up a gate like the double doors of an armory, and let us in, I forgot all that.

From my pocket I took the key which unlocked the door of the room we called the armory.

All slaves capable of bearing arms were to be equipped at once from the armory.

Northmour and I had each run to the armory and seized a gun.

The main floor, big as an armory, airless as a tomb, swarmed with dancers.

In the past it has been an armory of platitudes or a forecast of punishments.

Melanthios also was brought down from the armory and cast among the dogs to die.

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