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Noun disarmer has 1 sense
  1. pacifist, pacificist, disarmer - someone opposed to violence as a means of settling disputes
    --1 is a kind of adult, grownup
    --1 has particulars: dove, peacenik
    Derived form: verb disarm3

Definitions from the Web



A disarmer refers to a person or device that disarms or disables weapons, particularly explosives or firearms. This term can also refer to someone who advocates for peaceful resolutions and disarmament, promoting nonviolent approaches to conflict.

Senses and Usages

Sense 1: Person or Device that Disables Weapons

In this sense, a disarmer is someone or something that disables or renders weapons inoperative, often explosives or firearms.

Sample Sentence 1: The bomb squad used a specialized disarmer to neutralize the explosive device.

Sample Sentence 2: The military employed disarmer robots to safely disarm landmines.

Sense 2: Advocate for Peaceful Resolutions

In this sense, a disarmer is an individual who actively campaigns for disarmament and supports nonviolent approaches to resolve conflicts.

Sample Sentence 1: The Nobel laureate was known as a prominent disarmer, consistently urging nations to reduce their weapons stockpiles.

Sample Sentence 2: The organization's mission is to promote disarmer efforts and foster a world free from the threat of nuclear weapons.

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