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.


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


  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.
Some random words: grant, modular, chorus