To be ready for something, usually in the sense of having prepared for such a situation in advance.
That chick tried to dis Caleb bad, but he was totally armored for that kinda shit.
by Peter D. October 18, 2005
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1) A large, generally flat sheet of metal or synthetic alloys worn to prevent the bodily penetration of implements, traditionally sharp and moving at high velocities.

2) Anything worn for protection.
The chastity belt became armor for her virginity when the rapist came.
by Unbridled Scissors September 30, 2004
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A slang term in reference to a muscle shirt or wife beater. This usage came from young white trash males with enough muscle build to use the sarcasm of a wife beater being enough protection for battles of any kind. Battles including brawling, a long rough night of drinking, unprotected sex, drunk driving, and slapping around unruly females.
1.)Kaustik geared up with his armor to ready himself for another night of belligerence & debauchery.

2.)The crew sported their armor with pride and ready for conflict.
by xaosneo May 25, 2007
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another word for a woman or mans body. Usually a reference to everything below the neck
She had some nice armor, but a bad helmet
by he theh November 18, 2005
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felling armored, indestructable, and flat out badass
Holy Shit man your looking Armorous today, i wouldn'twanna fuck with you...
by ethanaterr and fubartities December 26, 2009
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Character shields (also known as plot armor or plot shield) are plot devices in films and television shows that prevent important characters from dying or being seriously injured at dramatically inconvenient moments. It often denotes a situation in which it strains credibility to believe that the character would survive.
"The art is nice, but the concept is obviously pretty stupid. Hell, just the fact that they're using the most broken character with plot armor as thick as fangirls' raging hardons for him, from Naruto, against someone who was shown to only be a mediocre bender at the beginning of the series (the form of Zuko used here) should tell you something."

--Anonymous, from 4chan's /co/ board, describing a Deviantart comic depicting Naruto's Sasuke fighting Avatar's Zuko.
by Zootsutra April 23, 2008
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