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un·armed

 (ŭn-ärmd′)
adj.
1.
a. Lacking weapons or armor; defenseless.
b. Not carrying, using, or displaying arms: an unarmed spotter plane; unarmed robbery.
2. Biology Having no thorns, spines, teeth, claws, or other protective parts.

unarmed

(ʌnˈɑːmd)
adj
1. (Military) without weapons
2. (Biology) (of animals and plants) having no claws, prickles, spines, thorns, or similar structures
3. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) of or relating to a projectile that does not use a detonator to initiate explosive action

un•armed

(ʌnˈɑrmd)

adj.
1. without weapons or armor.
2. not having claws, thorns, scales, etc., as animals or plants.
[1250–1300]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unarmed - (used of persons or the military) not having or using armsunarmed - (used of persons or the military) not having or using arms; "went alone and unarmed"; "unarmed peasants were shot down"; "unarmed vehicles"
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
armed - (used of persons or the military) characterized by having or bearing arms; "armed robbery"
2.unarmed - (used of plants or animals) lacking barbs or stings or thorns
armed - (used of plants and animals) furnished with bristles and thorns

unarmed

adjective defenceless, helpless, unprotected, without arms, unarmoured, weaponless Thirteen unarmed civilians died in that attack.
armed, protected, strengthened, equipped, fortified
Translations
غَيْر مُسَلَّح
neozbrojený
ubevæbnet
aseetonaseistamaton
fegyvertelentövistelentüskétlenagyartalan
óvopnaîur
neapbruņots
neozbrojený
neoborožen
silâhsız

unarmed

[ˈʌnˈɑːmd]
A. ADJdesarmado; (= defenceless) → inerme
B. CPD unarmed combat Ncombate m sin armas

unarmed

[ˌʌnˈɑːrmd] adj
[person] → non armé(e)
[combat] → à mains nues

unarmed

adjunbewaffnet
advunbewaffnet

unarmed

[ʌnˈɑːmd] adj (person) → disarmato/a

unarmed

(anˈaːmd) adjective
without weapons or other means of defence. The gangster shot an unarmed policeman; Judo is a type of unarmed fighting.
References in classic literature ?
He knew that the man was unarmed, and that he was apparently a Lotharian, for his skin was white and his hair auburn.
Hence it is that all armed prophets have conquered, and the unarmed ones have been destroyed.
The jailer being unarmed, Brower got no weapon with which to defend his recovered liberty.
I searched him without a qualm, but threats of annihilation instead, and found him unarmed but for that very knife which Rattray had induced me to hand over to him in town.
The scientist was unarmed, but Sing held a long, wicked looking Colt in readiness for any contingency.
Some of our company went into the wood to divert themselves with hearing the birds and frightening the monkeys, creatures so cunning that they would not stir if a man came unarmed, but would run immediately when they saw a gun.
Yet he was a man who had faced undaunted hurricane and typhoon, and would not have hesitated to fight a dozen unarmed niggers with nothing but a revolver to help him.
Go in whatever guise you choose; for my part, I shall go unarmed.
They were unarmed, their aspect and demeanor friendly, and they held up otter-skins, and made signs indicative of a wish to trade.
She shrank close to the man and clung to him and all unarmed and defenseless as he was, the Englishman pushed her behind him and shielding her with his body, stood squarely in the face of the panther's charge.
A number of the younger Arabs in the audience sprang to their feet to join in the assault upon the unarmed white man.
Their code has been drummed into your head from the time you lisped, and in spite of your philosophy, and of what I have taught you, it won't let you kill an unarmed, unresisting man.