Difference between revisions of "Unarmed"

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To be '''unarmed''' is to not be carrying a weapon.  Contrast with [[armed]].
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To be '''unarmed''' is to '''not''' be carrying a [[weapon]].  Contrast with [[armed]].  Note also the distinction between '''unarmed''' and [[disarmed]].

Revision as of 02:57, 13 April 2007

To be unarmed is to not be carrying a weapon. Contrast with armed. Note also the distinction between unarmed and disarmed.