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From Old French armée (French armée), from Proto-Romance armata, a noun taken from the past participle of [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] armare (“‘to arm’”).
- A large, highly organized military force concerned mainly with ground operations
- The army was sent in to quell the uprising.
- The governmental agency in charge of the nation's army.
- The army opposed the legislature's involvement.
- Any large group of people or sometimes animals working toward the same purpose.
- It took an army of accountants to uncover the fraud.
- Our house is being attacked by an army of ants.
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- army boots
- army base
- army ant
- army surplus
- Swiss Army Knife, Swiss Army Penknife
- you and whose army?
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