Examples of rearm in a Sentence
The treaty forbids the country to rearm.
Another country was rearming their enemies.
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Fleeing jihadists are already regrouping in remote areas, rearming with the help of desert smugglers.
There has been, perhaps, no greater demonstration of strategic lassitude since the West watched passively as Germany rearmed in the 1930s.
South Koreans have been wary of giving Japan, its former colonial master, any reason to rearm its postwar pacifist military.
What’s often left out of this story is why the Japanese were refueling and rearming at that moment.
But given the way the geopolitical situation is going, the Navy is picturing a scenario in which cruisers and destroyers might fire their entire complement of missiles...and have no port left to rearm them.
Ties tightened further in the 1950s when the U.S. began rearming for the Korean War.
On the morning of June 4, American dive bombers encountered the Japanese fleet as its planes were being refueled and rearmed.
This rearming barely a decade after a conflict that ought to have inoculated Germany against the contagion of battle-lust forever, was intolerable to Einstein.
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