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- US spelling of armoury
[mass noun] Heraldry.
- ‘His fame rested above all on his ability to produce designs for tapestry, embroideries, stained glass, armory, and goldsmith work in the new classical idiom.’
Late Middle English: from Old French armoierie (see armoury).
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