Armed at all points


Also found in: Idioms.
(Blazoning) completely incased in armor, sometimes described as armed cap-à-pie.

See also: Armed

References in classic literature ?
Behind the tents the great war-horses, armed at all points, champed and reared, while their masters sat at the doors of their pavilions, with their helmets upon their knees, chatting as to the order of the day's doings.
Wragge was dressed, armed at all points with her collection of circulars, and eager to be away by ten o'clock.
Others, which involved the rival claims of more elevated persons, were determined by the heralds, or by the two marshals of the field, William de Wyvil, and Stephen de Martival, who, armed at all points, rode up and down the lists to enforce and preserve good order among the spectators.