One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Deprive or free (someone) of arms or armour.
- ‘It took only moments for her to unarm the man and have him kneeling, gasping and begging for mercy.’
- ‘Helen and Paris go to help unarm Hector after his day's combat.’
- ‘But wouldn't an enemy have the sense to unarm her?’
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