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Synonyms for arsenal

armoury

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Synonyms for arsenal

all the weapons and equipment that a country has

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a military structure where arms and ammunition and other military equipment are stored and training is given in the use of arms

a place where arms are manufactured

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The latter, all the while swearing that he would not go, went on board with a regular arsenal of hunting weapons, among which were two double-barrelled breech-loading fowling-pieces, and a rifle that had withstood every test, of the make of Purdey, Moore & Dickson, at Edinburgh.
One thing I had decided definitely: If they would not free Dian I should turn loose upon Phutra with my little arsenal.
I'm glad we unearthed that arsenal the other day," Sheldon remarked as they rode out of the compound gate.
He was armed with the weapons of the slain guards--a live arsenal that fled through the hills pursued by the organised might of society.
This exaggerated language--like all exaggerated language, a mischievous weapon in the arsenal of weakness and prejudice--had its effect on Isabel.
We will take good care of them, and in the event of war return them to the arsenal.
Thence to the famous Orators repair, Those ancient whose resistless eloquence Wielded at will that fierce democraty, Shook the Arsenal, and fulmined over Greece To Macedon and Artaxerxes' throne.
peace was signed between the survivors of the war; the thunder of the guns gradually ceased, the mortars were silent, the howitzers were muzzled for an indefinite period, the cannon, with muzzles depressed, were returned into the arsenal, the shot were repiled, all bloody reminiscences were effaced; the cotton-plants grew luxuriantly in the well-manured fields, all mourning garments were laid aside, together with grief; and the Gun Club was relegated to profound inactivity.