What is another word for armory?

Pronunciation: [ˈɑːməɹˌi] (IPA)

The word "armory" refers to a place where weapons and military equipment are stored. However, there are several other synonyms for this term, including arsenal, munitions store, weapon store, ammunition depot, and military storehouse. These terms have a similar meaning, and they describe a place where weapons, ammunition, and military equipment are kept. The term "arsenal" is more commonly used to describe a large collection of weapons and ammunition for military purposes. On the other hand, "military storehouse" refers to a facility where all kinds of military equipment are stored, including weapons, ammunition, clothing, and other accessories. Regardless of the synonym used, all these terms refer to a place where essential military items are kept for the purpose of war or combat.

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Usage examples for Armory

In one of the broad corridors near the armory hall, the gilded state carriage formerly used by the Grand Masters may be seen.
"The Story of Malta"
Maturin M. Ballou
A greater number than the capacity of the armory would admit of drilling at one time, presented themselves daily.
"The Rhode Island Artillery at the First Battle of Bull Run"
J. Albert Monroe
This press is your armory.
"That Boy Of Norcott's"
Charles James Lever

Famous quotes with Armory

  • Language is the armory of the human mind, and at once contains the trophies of its past and the weapons of its future conquests.
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Language is the armory of the human mind, and at once contains the trophies of its past and the weapons of its future conquests.
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • A gun cracked, quite close to the tent. Soldier's instinct pulled Lee's head up. Then he smiled and laughed to himself. One of his staff officers, most likely, shooting at a possum or squirrel. He hoped the young man had scored a hit. But no sooner had the smile appeared than it vanished. The report of the gun sounded- odd. It had been an abrupt bark, not a pistol shot or the deeper boom of an Enfield rifle musket. Maybe it was a captured Federal weapon. The gun cracked again and again and again. Each report came closer to the one than two heartbeats were to each other. , Lee thought: . The fusillade went on and on. He frowned at the waste of precious cartridges- no Southern armory could easily duplicate them. He frowned once more, this time in puzzlement, when silence fell. He had automatically kept track of the number of rounds fired. No Northern rifle he knew was a thirty-shooter. He turned his mind back to the letter to President Davis. -, he wrote. Then gunfire rang out again, an unbelievably rapid stutter of shots, altogether too quick to count and altogether unlike anything he had ever heard. He took off his glasses and set down the pen. Then he put on a hat and got up to see what was going on.
    Harry Turtledove
  • The commonwealth of Venice in their armory have this inscription: "Happy is that city which in time of peace thinks of war."
    Robert Burton
  • It was Gandhi who made the most significant personal contribution in the history of the nonviolent technique, with his political experiments in the use of noncooperation, disobedience and defiance to control rulers, alter government policies, and undermine political systems. With these experiments the character of the technique was broadened and its practice refined. Among the modifications Gandhi introduced were greater attention to strategy and tactics, a more judicious use of the armory of nonviolent methods, and a conscious association between mass political action and the norm of nonviolence.
    Mahatma Gandhi

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