- Ⅰ.arm  ► NOUN 1) each of the two upper limbs of the human body from the shoulder to the hand. 2) a side part of a chair supporting a sitter's arm. 3) a narrow body of water or land projecting from a larger body. 4) a branch or division of an organization.● arm in arm — Cf. ↑arm in arm● cost an arm and a leg — Cf. ↑cost an arm and a leg● in arms — Cf. ↑in arms● keep at arm's length — Cf. ↑keep at arm's length● with open arms — Cf. ↑with open armsDERIVATIVES armful noun armless adjective.ORIGIN Old English.Ⅱ.arm  ► VERB 1) supply with weapons. 2) provide with essential equipment for a task or situation. 3) activate the fuse of (a bomb) so that it is ready to explode.ORIGIN Latin armare, from arma 'armour, arms' .
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Armless — Arm less, a. 1. Without any arm or branch. [1913 Webster] 2. Destitute of arms or weapons. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
armless — (adj.) late 14c., of physical conditions, from ARM (Cf. arm) (n.1) + LESS (Cf. less). Meaning without weapons is attested from 1610s (from ARM (Cf. arm) (n.2)), but that sense is more typically expressed by UNARMED (Cf. unarmed) … Etymology dictionary
armless — armlessness, n. /ahrm lis/, adj. lacking an arm or arms: The Venus de Milo is an armless statue. [1350 1400; ME; see ARM1, LESS] * * * … Universalium
armless — adjective having no arms the armless Venus de Milo • Ant: ↑armed … Useful english dictionary
armless — adjective see arm I … New Collegiate Dictionary
armless — adjective having no arms … Wiktionary
armless — adj. having no arms, lacking upper limbs … English contemporary dictionary
armless — arm·less … English syllables
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