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  • n. Plural form of panoply.


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  • The tossing mass of their panoplies was a sea of scarlet, purple, brass, and flashing steel; the roar of the hoof-beats of seven thousand blooded coursers swept on like the approaching of the wind leading the clouds in whose breast are thunder and lightning unfettered.

    A Friend of Caesar A Tale of the Fall of the Roman Republic. Time, 50-47 B.C.

  • He cursed softly to himself and watched the fire fade from her face and the soft luminous glow of the appealing woman spring up, of the appealing woman who foregoes strength and panoplies herself wisely in her weakness.


  • Don't remember anyone crying censorship in those very public multi-membered panoplies of costume and conceptual art.

    Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington: Censorship! MOCA Has a BLU Tiger by the Tail

  • I've often thought that most comics people except for maybe Will Eisner and Scott McCloud underrate how much carefully-chosen types of dialect can contribute to comics' visual panoplies.

    BLACKEST NIGHT: Concluding Overview, Pt. 6: Black Lantern Speech

  • O'er our foes we are victorious, and trophies are being set up, with panoplies upon them, taken from thy enemies.

    The Heracleidae

  • But three hundred panoplies which were allotted to Demosthenes he brought home with him, and they are still preserved in the Athenian temples.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • He ascended the inner staircase which led to the first floor, with its votive shields, panoplies, carved shrines, and figures on the wall at every step.

    The Magic Skin

  • The other sense I use the term is to posit that Lovecraft provides a whole new vocabulary for mythologizing things, a whole new regime of gods and monsters in the world of aliens, genetic constructs, Theosophically vast panoplies of evolution both physical and social.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • For 10 year old girls, the in thing this year is ‘les panoplies des Petshop’, which were commercially completely unavailable by the beginning of November: COMPLETELY SOLD OUT.

    papa noël

  • The share of the Athenians was captured on the voyage home; the arms now deposited in the Attic temples are three hundred panoplies, which the Acarnanians set apart for Demosthenes, and which he brought to Athens in person, his return to his country after the Aetolian disaster being rendered less hazardous by this exploit.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War


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