WOTD


WORD OF THE DAY
Armamentarium
arm-ə-men-TER-ee-əm
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, 19th century
1The medicines, equipment, and techniques available to a medical practitioner; the collection of weapons and military equipment in a country’s possession.2A collection of resources available for a certain purpose.
 
Examples of Armamentarium in a sentence “The hospital’s armamentarium should always be well-stocked.” “Parents of a newborn are always surprised how fast their armamentarium of diapers dwindles.”

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