"arms and weapons collectively," c. 1300; see arm (n.2) + -ory. Meaning "place where arms are manufactured" is from mid-15c. Also used in a sense of "arsenal" (mid-15c.), "the science of heraldry" (late 15c.), from Old French armoierie, from armoier "to blazon," from Latin arma "weapons" (see arm (n.2)).
1. Nuclear weapons will play a less prominent part in NATO's armory in the future.
2. We must hurry back to the Armory and get the decorating done.
3. PvE ladders on the official armory are possible in the future.
4. Every March the Armory Show sets up shop in New York.
5. Make it Drizzle : Purchased an item from the Armory.