Pronunciation of Armor
/ˈɑːmə/, /ˈɑːmə/, /ˈɑː_m_ə/
Synonyms for armor:
long Johns, roof box, muffler, integument, tailgate, windshield wiper, mob cap, running board, bull bar, whisker, windscreen wiper, whalebone, girdle, wing mirror, roof rack, swaddling clothes, license plate, wheelbase, Humvee, frock coat, bumper, bulldozer, dander, mane, hair-shirt, smoking jacket, crinoline, registration plate, windscreen, hose, chain mail, bustle, windshield, bloomers, exhaust pipe, bonnet, P-plates, tailboard, doublet, mudflap, transport plane, mudguard, silencer, traction engine, knickerbockers, luggage rack, codpiece, bobby socks, hair, forklift, hackles, axle, bodywork, ruff, personnel carrier, beard, wiper, number plate, sideview mirror, dewlap, gas cap, towbar, toga, sunroof, launcher, keratin, exoskeleton, registration number, roll bar, tunic, petrol tank, tailpipe, troop carrier, offside, pith helmet, forelock, cherry picker, transporter.
panel, tag, brush.
Other synonyms and related words:
covering, pod, ward, skin, doublet, exoskeleton, coat, fender, chain mail, brush, fin, bumper, mane, encasement, launcher, tunic, windshield, track, integument, hackles, axle, boot, down, bustle, codpiece, spoiler, panel, body, hose, ruff, cocoon, armour, forelock, crinoline, aegis, muffler, beard, housing, dewlap, camouflage, mail, bloomers, fur, wing, forklift, Humvee, harness, bulldozer, offside, tailboard, roof, mantle, buckler, chassis, arms, bodywork, silencer, panoply, dander, fluff, bonnet, jacket, window, ammunition.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
personnel carrier, Humvee, forklift, launcher, cherry picker, bulldozer.
Sense 4 (noun)
defense, wall, backfire, shield, return, guard, barrier, screen, stronghold, answer, reply, support, shelter, safeguard, rebuttal, argument, fortress, resistance, counterattack, protection, aversion, cover, harbor, countermeasure, buffer, retort, barricade, security, moat, response.
protective covering, often made of metal (noun)
Usage examples for armor:
- The red light flashed into the room, and in the doorway stood a tall, thin figure clad from head to foot in glittering chain armor. - "Otto of the Silver Hand", Howard Pyle.
- I doubt that they dared lay their armor aside or shut their eyes the live- long night. - "Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast", Samuel Adams Drake.
- Along the banks, here with nets, there with rod and line, they caught the gleaming salmon, and his silver armor flashed useless in the sun. - "Paul Faber, Surgeon", George MacDonald.