weaponry

[wep-uhn-ree]
noun
1.
weapons or weaponlike instruments collectively.
2.
the invention and production of weapons.

Origin:
1835–45; weapon + -ry

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weaponry (ˈwɛpənrɪ)
 
n
weapons regarded collectively

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Example sentences
To think someone's little pistol or shotgun is ample weaponry to overthrow a
  tyrannical government is silly.
They faked auto-annihilation and worked underground on weaponry based on false
  vacuum.
We hunted for the source with precise and targeted weaponry.
Considering the size, strength and weaponry of the lion, the zebra's brain is
  unlikely to make a decision to fight.
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