1A fleet of warships.
- Fleets of aircraft, armadas of ships, armies of soldiers came across the English Channel and struck the German defenses.
- Instead of aerial armadas and huge tank fleets on the ground, the military response will also be low-key and downbeat but no less effective for having such a low profile.
- It clearly showed the vast armada of the invasion fleet standing just off the coast of Normandy.
Mid 16th century: from Spanish, from armata, feminine past participle of Latin armare 'to arm'.
Words that rhyme with armadaardour (US ardor), Bader, cadre, carder, cicada, Dalriada, enchilada, Garda, gelada, Granada, Haggadah, Hamada, intifada, lambada, larder, Masada, Nevada, panada, piña colada, pousada, promenader, retarder, Scheherazade, Theravada, Torquemada, tostada
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