panoply definition

  • noun:
    • a marvelous or striking range: a panoply of colorful flags. See Synonyms at screen.
    • Ceremonial outfit along with accessories: a portrait of the basic completely panoply.
    • a thing that covers and safeguards: a porcupine's panoply of quills.
    • the whole hands and armor of a warrior.
    • an outstanding display of something.
    • an assortment or screen of weaponry
    • Ceremonial clothes, detailed with all add-ons.
    • A complete set of armour.
    • Something that covers and safeguards.
    • protective armor as a whole; a full fit of protective armor.
    • Any full set of sophisticated attire, complete with add-ons or associated paraphernalia; any sophisticated special or ceremonial outfit and equipment.
    • Any impressive total variety.
    • Any full variety of products utilized in an endeavor.
    • A complete ready or suit of arms, unpleasant and protective; the whole defensive armor of any period, specially that from fifteenth century forward, when all of the pieces were of wrought metal and precisely modified to their function: often made use of figuratively.
    • friends or assemblage of bits of defensive armor, with or without tools, arranged as a kind of trophy.
    • a complete and impressive range

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