Dozens of black plastic bags with human bodies were arrayed along the highway.
arrayed over four acres, the 3,500 panels have a combined generation capacity of one megawatt.
She, slightly taller, is arrayed all in white—creamy slacks and a virgin wool sweater.
For this service he arrayed himself in an old-fashioned frock coat with long skirts.
You are arrayed against incredible power, which can come at you in different ways.
Mrs Turner, at her execution, was arrayed in a ruff stiffened with the material for the invention of which she was so famous.
We are not all arrayed in two opposite ranks; the offensive and the defensive.
So there he was, arrayed in jaunty cap, and a swallow-tailed coat with brass buttons.
In the evening Florent was arrayed in new clothes from head to foot.
Lotty retired and arrayed herself in her quietest and most sober dress, a costume in some brown stuff, with a bonnet to match.
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.)).