World English Dictionary
armoured or (US) armored (ˈɑːməd)
1.  having a protective covering, such as armour or bone
2.  comprising units making use of armoured vehicles: an armoured brigade
3.  (of glass) toughened
armored or (US) armored

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1. used of animals; provided with protective covering [syn: armored] [ant: unarmored
2. protected by armor (used of persons or things military) [syn: armored] [ant: unarmored
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Example sentences for armoured
This design creates the armoured defences of the beetle while maintaining flexibility.
Historically, cavalry was divided into light and armoured cavalry and horse archers.
Indeed, it was thought impossible for infantry of that age to withstand armoured cavalry.
In the royal armoured corps, a corporal commands an individual tank.
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