un panoplied

panoply

[pan-uh-plee]
noun, plural panoplies.
1.
a wide-ranging and impressive array or display: the dazzling panoply of the maharaja's procession; the panoply of European history.
2.
a complete suit of armor.
3.
a protective covering.
4.
full ceremonial attire or paraphernalia; special dress and equipment.

Origin:
1570–80; < Greek panoplía full complement of arms and armor, equivalent to pan- pan- + (h)ópl(a) arms, armor (cf. hoplite) + -ia -ia

panoplied, adjective
unpanoplied, adjective
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panoply (ˈpænəplɪ)
 
n , pl -plies
1.  a complete or magnificent array
2.  the entire equipment of a warrior
 
[C17: via French from Greek panoplia complete armour, from pan- + hopla armour, pl of hoplon tool]
 
'panoplied
 
adj

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panoply
1576, from Gk. panoplia "complete suit of armor," from pan- "all" + hopla (pl.) "arms" of a hoplites ("heavily armed soldier"). Originally fig., of "spiritual armor," etc. (allusion to Eph. vi); non-armorial sense of "any splendid array" first recorded 1829.
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