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Armed vs Fortified - What's the difference?

armed | fortified |


As verbs the difference between armed and fortified

is that armed is (arm) while fortified is (fortify).

As an adjective armed

is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type.

Armed vs Charged - What's the difference?

armed | charged |


As verbs the difference between armed and charged

is that armed is (arm) while charged is (charge).

As an adjective armed

is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type.

Armed vs Martial - What's the difference?

armed | martial | Related terms |

Armed is a related term of martial.


As an adjective armed

is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type.

As a verb armed

is (arm).

As a proper noun martial is

narrowly applied to certain historic persons (but some of its foreign cognates are modern given names).

Armed vs Defensive - What's the difference?

armed | defensive | Related terms |

Armed is a related term of defensive.


As adjectives the difference between armed and defensive

is that armed is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type while defensive is .

As a verb armed

is (arm).

Military vs Armed - What's the difference?

military | armed | Synonyms |

Military is a synonym of armed.


As adjectives the difference between military and armed

is that military is characteristic of members of the armed forces while armed is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type.

As a noun military

is armed forces.

As a verb armed is

(arm).

Armed vs Warmaking - What's the difference?

armed | warmaking | Related terms |

Armed is a related term of warmaking.

Armed vs Combative - What's the difference?

armed | combative | Related terms |

Armed is a related term of combative.


As adjectives the difference between armed and combative

is that armed is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type while combative is given to fighting; disposed to engage in combat; pugnacious.

As a verb armed

is (arm).

Arced vs Armed - What's the difference?

arced | armed |


As verbs the difference between arced and armed

is that arced is (arc) while armed is (arm).

As an adjective armed is

(sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type.

Armed vs Harmed - What's the difference?

armed | harmed |


As an adjective armed

is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type.

As a verb armed

is (arm).

As an adverb harmed is

(l).

Armed vs Ramed - What's the difference?

armed | ramed |


As adjectives the difference between armed and ramed

is that armed is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type while ramed is having the frames, stem, and sternpost adjusted; — said of a ship on the stocks.

As a verb armed

is (arm).

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