ordnance[ awrd-nuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF ordnance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORDNANCE
Methinks I see the breastplates of horse over there, and some sign of ordnance too.
It 's not a very comely piece of ordnance, but it is very true and easy to carry.
If the ordnance officer wanted it, let him come himself and get it!
Provisions, ordnance, ammunition, and recruits were expected from St. Louis.
This time there was no defect in the ordnance or the gunnery of the American ship.
But the ordnance of both was light, so that the combat was greatly prolonged.
Before him was an ordnance map of the section covered by his operations.
We need trouble about naught except the ordnance, and them we must destroy.
Then, that done, return to your ordnance and prepare to fire, for the time will be at hand.
It encloses four acres, and has a large depot for ordnance, arms, &c.