Definition of armed to the teeth in English:

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armed to the teeth

Formidably armed.
Example sentences
  • The Bedford, a NATO battleship armed to the teeth, is on patrol in the North Atlantic when it receives two guests via helicopter.
  • Two warriors, armed to the teeth, stand alert, ready to defend the demolition team in case of a raid by bandits.
  • Twenty-two men exited the aircraft, all clothed in dark fatigues and all armed to the teeth.
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