Etymology

1. panoply

noun. ['ˈpænɑːpli'] a complete and impressive array.

Etymology

  • πανοπλία (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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Words that Rhyme with Panoply

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  • cheaply
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  • coupley
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  • deeply
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Example sentences of the word panoply


1. Noun, singular or mass
Such specimens exhibit a panoply of heartwood colours.

Quotes containing the word panoply


1. Being sick successfully is not included in society’s panoply of worthy goals.
- Kaimana Wolff, Broken Sleep

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