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pan·o·ply / ˈpanəplē/ • n. a complete or impressive collection of things: a deliciously inventive panoply of insults. ∎  a splendid display: all the panoply of Western religious liturgy. ∎  hist. or poetic/lit. a complete set of arms or suit of armor. DERIVATIVES: pan·o·plied / -plēd/ adj.

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panoply

panoply. Sculpted representation of the parts of a suit of armour, with various weapons, arranged decoratively in a heap, in schemes of military decoration.

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panoply

panoply complete suit of armour. XVII. — F. panoplie or modL. panoplia — Gr. panoplíā, f. PAN- + hópla arms.

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Panoply

Panoply

the equipment of a warrior.

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