Definition of Heavy-armed

1. Adjective. Having massive arms. "He was big-chested, big-shouldered and heavy-armed"

Similar to: Robust



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heavy-armed

heavier-than-air craft
heavies
heaviest
heavily
heavily traveled
heaviness
heavinesses
heaving
heaving line bend
heaving line bends
heavings
heavisome
heavy
heavy(a)
heavy(p)
heavy-armed (current term)
heavy-coated
heavy-duty
heavy-duty vehicle
heavy-footed
heavy-handed
heavy-handedly
heavy-handedness
heavy-hearted
heavy-laden
heavy-lifting
heavy-set
heavy-tailed
heavy chain
heavy chain disease

Literary usage of Heavy-armed

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1. The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides, Henry Dale, Thomas Arnold (1873)
"... ships, and heavy-armed. Tho Athenians also -sent twenty ships to cruise round tho Péloponnèse, and to keep guard that none might cross over from Corinth ..."

2. Ridpath's History of the World: Being an Account of the Principal Events in by John Clark Ridpath (1910)
"... of the battle of Salamis oc- landed on the island were attacked by a body of heavy-armed soldiers led by Aristides, and were destroyed to a man. ..."

3. The History of Greece by William Mitford (1823)
"Different from all these was the Middle-armed, who, from the small shield or target which he bore distinguished from the large shield of the heavy-armed by ..."

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