noun. ['ˈpænɑːpli'] a complete and impressive array.
- πανοπλία (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
Rhymes with Panoply
Sentences with panoply
1. Noun, singular or mass
Such specimens exhibit a panoply of heartwood colours.
Quotes about panoply
1. Being sick successfully is not included in society’s panoply of worthy goals.
- Kaimana Wolff, Broken Sleep