Rare verbiage spotted at the New York Times:
Still, many in the security community and the news media initially treated the digital attacks against Estonia’s computer networks as the coming of a long-anticipated new chapter in the history of conflict — when, in fact, the technologies and techniques used in the attacks were hardly new, nor were they the kind of thing that only a powerful government would have in its digital armamentarium.
Why have an arsenal when you can have an armamentarium? In a bear of a sentence/paragraph, too.
P.S. I believe that I have coined a rare word of my own: lex·i·a·ry n. A portmanteau word meaning a compilation of unusual and interesting words. From lexicography and bestiary (Greek lexis and Latin bestiarium). Google produces only two hits for “lexiary.” A proud day, indeed.