Ammunition (noun)

  1. The material fired, thrown, dropped, or otherwise projected from a weapon, as bullets, shells, or bombs.
  2. The items or material used in support of an action or operation, such as weapons or facts used in an argument.
  3. The supplies and materials used in a particular activity or pursuit.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french amunition, from latin amunitio, from amunire "fortify".

Examples:

  1. The soldiers were low on ammunition.
  2. He reloaded his gun with fresh ammunition.
  3. The ammunition used in the rifle was a high-powered round.
  4. The lawyer had plenty of ammunition to support his case.
  5. The ammunition was stored in a secure location.
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