- v. Simple past tense and past participle of array.
- adj. in ceremonial attire and paraphernalia
“Nobody but Miss Cornelia would have come to make a call arrayed in a striped blue-and-white apron and a wrapper of chocolate print, with a design of huge, pink roses scattered over it.”
“Think of that word arrayed -- he speaks of these, my little dumb friends, as if the very angels had been employed at their toilet.”
“The clergy and the publicans, and the Parnellites were found "arrayed" in "scandalous alliance" against the Liberal cause.”
“Tib, was what poets call "arrayed," she was arrayed in the proper walking costume of a countess of the nineteenth century, as combined and contrived by Madame Centlivre Broché: a costume of which satin seemed the ground-work, and lace the superstructure.”
“Well, that includes all of our government leaders, all of Congress and all of the 'arrayed' financial industry.”
“If you are not already doing it; it is a best practice to load the "arrayed" geometry as a nested component.”
“On a few points, such as whether the law should protect American citizens when they were overseas, only I and perhaps Griffin Bell would be arrayed against Zbigniew Brzezinski, Stansfield Turner, the NSA, and others.”
“In between fall most other religious traditions, arrayed almost as though in a straight line—the stronger the ethnic identity, the stronger the religious identity.”
“Her starting point for the menu for the state dinner, as with any meal, was a review of the best ingredients available locally, arrayed on one of her stainless-steel work tables.”
“I squinted at the placid, red-tinged faces near the back, arrayed like bloody fingerprints.”
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