Cooks eye the array the fishermen have brought in, picking the one they will slide before kin or client.
There were satin dresses, cascading trench coats, and an array of perfectly tailored trousers.
As a bald man with an array of secret talents and passions, Vin Diesel literally wears many hats.
Instead, an array of outlets defend the budding models and their independent careers.
Thumb to any given page, and the array is stunning and absurdist.
This array of names made the English blush for the manner in which they had treated their hero.
They set the battle in array, they uttered cries of defiance.
He wrote: 'The array of talent is no doubt imposing, but far too much of the music is of an inferior stamp.
Howbeit, what an array of Masters and Knights have we, and what a variety!
The manner in which Dr. Lightfoot tries to meet the array of evidence opposed to him is somewhat extraordinary.
early 14c., from stem of Old French areer "to put in order," from Vulgar Latin *ar-redare (source of Italian arredare), from Latin ad- "to" (see ad-) + Frankish *ræd- "ready" or some cognate Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *raidjan "to place in order" (cf. Gothic garadis, Old English geræde "ready;" see ready (adj.)). Related: Arrayed; arraying.
mid-14c., "order, arrangement," from Anglo-French arrai, Old French aroi, from areer (see array (v.)).