a person who is an expert at heraldry.
to equip with armor or other protective devices: to armorize a car with bulletproof glass.
Kenneth, 1916–2002, English sculptor. Contemporary Examples He said he had seen the recent articles and was “working hard on Powell and Armitage.” Rumsfeld, Still Defiant Howard Kurtz February 1, 2011 Historical Examples She had not dared to love Miss Armitage in this fashion in the beginning. A Modern Cinderella Amanda M. Douglas Then for the […]
- Armory show
an international art show held in a New York City armory in 1913: considered a landmark in the public and critical acceptance of modern art. Contemporary Examples The Armory Show is back, with exhibitions and events planned across the city. 10 Works to See at the Armory Show in New York City Justin Jones March […]
- Armour plate
noun a tough heavy steel, usually containing chromium, nickel, and molybdenum and often hardened on the surface, used for protecting warships, tanks, etc Historical Examples Finally the quantity of armour plate needed is so enormous that it justifies the expense of installing a great rolling mill. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 7 Various […]
. Philip Danforth [dan-fawrth,, -fohrth] /ˈdæn fɔrθ,, -foʊrθ/ (Show IPA), 1832–1901, U.S. meat-packing industrialist. any covering worn as a defense against weapons. a suit of armor. a metallic sheathing or protective covering, especially metal plates, used on warships, vehicles, airplanes, and fortifications. mechanized units of military forces, as divisions. Also called armament. any protective covering, […]