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Armor consisting of small overlapping plates of metal, leather, or horn.
- ‘But he was also badly wounded, with blood pumping down his side from a brutal rent in his scale armor.’
- ‘The torso was covered with scale armour, extending down to the thighs, and full suits survive which include scale-armoured chaps.’
scale armor/ˈskāl ˌärmər/
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