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Definition of "rearming" [rearming]

  • Present participle of rearm. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rearming" in a sentence
  • ""A long-term rearming of Georgia is going on," he said."
  • "Though Armitage had promoted the idea of rearming opposition forces in Afghanistan, he wasn’t enthusiastic about Chalabi."
  • "And then this week, the current Kremlin incumbent, Dmitry Medvedev, goes and announces that he's "rearming" Russia, using the very word - "rearmament" - that Europe fretted over and feared all through its short 20-year peace between the first and second world wars."