weapon

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weapon

any part of an animal that is used to defend itself, to attack prey, etc., such as claws, teeth, horns, or a sting

What does it mean when you dream about a weapon?

Weapons are usually symbols of aggression, either aimed toward, or exhibited by, the dreamer. Weapons may also represent inner struggle and conflict.

weapon

[′wep·ən]
(ordnance)
An instrument of combat, either offensive or defensive, used to destroy, injure, defeat, or threaten an enemy; for example, a gun, bayonet, bomb, or missile.
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RAZOR: Cornelius used a makeshift weapon in attack; INJURIES: Kitrina was stabbed as a girl
He said: "Using the broken handle end as a makeshift weapon he thrust the severed end towards the head or face of the deceased, penetrated the left eye and it went through the thin bone at the back of the eye and entered the brain.
Richardson brandished the makeshift weapon at police when they arrived at his home.
The former school caretaker was left scarred after a prisoner cut his throat with a makeshift weapon at Durham's Frankland Prison in March.
Both incidents involved a makeshift weapon known as a "shiv", made by fixing a razor blade to a length of plastic.
Williams used the biro as a makeshift weapon when the frightened youngster began to cry, jabbing the point twice into his head before punching him in the face.
Stone, 45, serving three life sentences for the 1996 murders of Lin and Megan Russell and the attempted murder of Josie Russell, was cut with a makeshift weapon in the exercise yard.
Triple-murderer Bellfield won the compensation this week after being attacked by a con with a makeshift weapon at Wakefield jail in 2009.
Just one look at the makeshift weapon was enough to send the knifeman fleeing into the night.
Ashley Charles, 25, is accused of smashing the makeshift weapon into the neck of another guest at Pulse nightclub in Southwark, central London, on Tuesday night.
The makeshift weapon is not hard for inmates to produce, says a justice ministry bulletin seen by The People.
Our dramatic photos show Windsor - his face gushing with blood - grasping the makeshift weapon moments before police arrived in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.