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Definition of "heavy-armed" [heav•y-armed]

  • Wearing heavy or complete armor; carrying heavy arms. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "heavy-armed" in a sentence
  • "They perfected light armor for foot soldiers and hit-and-run tactics, to which the heavy-armed Romans were vulnerable."
  • "He planned to march up Italys mountainous spine, keeping his mobile forces out of the heavy-armed Romans reach."
  • "That is Tissaphernes in command, they said, and next to these a body of men bearing wicker-shields, and next again heavy-armed infantry, with long wooden shields reaching to the feet."
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