Ammo (noun)

Bullets, shells, or other projectiles used in firearms or artillery.

Origin:

Shortened form of ammunition, which comes from latin munitiƍ, from munire ("to fortif.y")

Examples:

  1. The soldier checked his ammo before heading out on the mission.
  2. The shooter ran out of ammo and had to reload.
  3. The gun store had a wide selection of ammo for different types of firearms.
  4. The ammo used in the rifle was armor-piercing.
  5. The ammo was stored in the armory for safekeeping.
Some random words: fastidious, connivance, disaster