WEAPON, n. G., L.
1. Any instrument of offense; any thing used or designed to be used in destroying or annoying an enemy. The weapons of rude nations are clubs, stones and bows and arrows. Modern weapons of war are swords, muskets, pistols, cannon and the like.
2. An instrument for contest, or for combating enemies.
The weapons of our warfare are not carnal. 2 Corinthians 10.
3. An instrument of defense.
4. Weapons, in botany, arms; thorns, prickles, and stings, with which plants are furnished for defense; enumerated among the fulcres by Linne.
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