the armhole opening in a garment.
- Armstrong, louis
armstrong, louis A twentieth-century African-American jazz trumpet player and singer. His nickname, “Satchmo,” was short for “Satchel Mouth.” Armstrong, whose career spanned five decades, was celebrated for his trumpet solos and the gravelly voice in which he sang songs such as “Hello, Dolly” and “It’s a Wonderful World.”
a woolen or silk fabric woven with a small, raised pattern. noun a silk or wool fabric with a small cobbled pattern
- Army air forces
a unit comprising almost all aviation, with its personnel, equipment, etc.: it became part of the Air Force on July 26, 1947. Historical Examples The Army Air Forces found it easier to absorb the thousands of black enlisted men than to handle the black flying squadrons. Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965 Morris J. MacGregor, […]
- Army ant
any of the chiefly tropical ants of the suborder Dorylinae that travel in vast swarms, preying mainly on other insects. Historical Examples It was here that I realized my good fortune and the achievement of my desires, when I first saw an army ant at rest. Edge of the Jungle William Beebe I realized at […]