I'd guess that in a couple decades, the vocabulary of the average young person will be in the toilet, as reading of books - good books, classic books - is collapsing.
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"Armory" - noun [$10] meaning #1, not connected to weapons.
"Armorial" - adjective [$10]
Armory means heraldry. This word is used several times in the classic American novelette, The Scarlett Letter.
Sentence: While in Dublin, Mr. & Mrs. Bunkerman purchased a number of splendid linen tea towels, including a couple festooned with armorial splendor.