Definition of Armored

1. Adjective. Protected by armor (used of persons or things military).

2. Adjective. Used of animals; provided with protective covering.
Exact synonyms: Armoured
Similar to: Bone-covered, Scaled, Scaley, Scaly, Silver-scaled
Antonyms: Unarmored

3. Adjective. Equipped with the complete arms and armor of a warrior.
Exact synonyms: Panoplied
Similar to: Equipped, Equipt

Definition of Armored

1. a. Clad with armor.

Definition of Armored

1. Adjective. Clad or equipped with arms or armor. ¹

2. Adjective. Covered with armor, as a ship or the face of a fortification; armor-plated. ¹

3. Verb. (past of armor) ¹

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Definition of Armored

1. armor [v] - See also: armor

Armored Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Armored

armor-piercing shot
armor heart
armor plate
armor plating
armored (current term)
armored car
armored catfish
armored combat vehicle
armored dinosaur
armored fighting vehicle
armored heart
armored personnel carrier
armored personnel carriers
armored scale
armored sea robin
armored searobin
armored truck
armored vehicle

Literary usage of Armored

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Guide to U.S. Army Museums by R. Cody Phillips (1997)
"Address: 1st armored Division Museum, 222d Base Support Battalion ... Background: Established in 1963, the 1st armored Division Museum traces the history of ..."

2. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1895)
"The strength of the two parties in standard armored tonnage will then be : Great ... In inferior armored tonnage Great Britain will make no additions. ..."

3. The Origin and Evolution of Life: On the Theory of Action, Reaction and by Henry Fairfield Osborn (1918)
"In each of these four or five great radiations of body form, from the swift-moving to the bottom- or ground- living, slow, armored types, there is usually ..."

4. The Steam Navy of the United States: A History of the Growth of the Steam by Frank Marion Bennett, Robert Weir (1897)
"The Civil War.continued—The First American Iron Clads—The Stevens Battery Condemned by a Board of Naval Officers—Authority to Build armored Vessel! ..."

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