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To be '''disarmed''' is to have a had a [[weapon]] in the (usually recent) past, but not to have it any longer. If you are '''disarmed''', you are also [[unarmed]], but the converse is not always true. The most common usage refers to someone in the middle of [[combat]] who loses their weapon, either accidentally or due to enemy action.
 
To be '''disarmed''' is to have a had a [[weapon]] in the (usually recent) past, but not to have it any longer. If you are '''disarmed''', you are also [[unarmed]], but the converse is not always true. The most common usage refers to someone in the middle of [[combat]] who loses their weapon, either accidentally or due to enemy action.
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Latest revision as of 06:58, 12 July 2007

To be disarmed is to have a had a weapon in the (usually recent) past, but not to have it any longer. If you are disarmed, you are also unarmed, but the converse is not always true. The most common usage refers to someone in the middle of combat who loses their weapon, either accidentally or due to enemy action.