weapon (part of speech: noun)
Colt, bullet, ammunition, arrow, blowpipe, ax, torpedo, shotgun, rapier, carbine, Browning, battery, scimitar, artillery, spear, peashooter, sword, ordnance, heater, stiletto, revolver, firearm, flamethrower, machine gun, dagger, javelin, Sidewinder, shell, handgun, broadsword, blowgun, muzzle, bayonet, machete, rifle, mortar, bilbo, gun, mace, knife, trigger, bow and arrow, piece, armament, repeater, blunderbuss, Remington, rocket, cannon, club, missile, lance, saber, luger, weapon, bomber, musket, boomerang, Winchester, shooter, pistol, claymore, cutlass, bazooka, howitzer
weapons (part of speech: noun)
Colts, Sidewinders, bazookas, muzzles, knives, blunderbusses, bayonets, Brownings, boomerangs, ordnances, bombers, cannons, machine guns, lances, broadswords, claymores, pieces, daggers, torpedoes, spears, ammunitions, batteries, swords, flamethrowers, sabers, javelins, rifles, missiles, heaters, mortars, weapons, cutlasses, blowpipes, artilleries, shells, muskets, blowguns, Remingtons, repeaters, maces, carbines, firearms, rapiers, handguns, peashooters, clubs, Winchesters, triggers, stilettoes, bullets, howitzers, axes, shooters, lugers, revolvers, guns, armaments, pistols, shotguns, machetes, bows and arrows, rockets, arrows, scimitars
- Among his keepsakes was the collection of antique weaponry handed down to him by his father, whose grandfather had bought them in the long ago from many museums. - "The Giants From Outer Space", Geoff St. Reynard.
- More than that, we are consuming so much of our economic resources that we do not have enough left for weaponry of the kind that would defend our homeland. - "The Invisible Government", Dan Smoot.