“Destination,” meanwhile, presents a panoply of nightlife hotspots, serene beaches, and luscious vineyards.
While a panoply of other circuses operated, these grew even larger.
Just as at the weekend, a panoply of emergency personnel descended on the scene in October.
There he stood, unconquerable, in the panoply of divine Justice.
We reach here the last and only offensive weapon in the panoply.
Ours is not the tented field— We no earthly weapons wield— Light and love, our sword and shield,Truth our panoply.
There is no panoply like that which love provides, and she who bears it has the whole armour of God.
Homer's epic, like the goddess Athene, seems to have sprung perfect in person and panoply from the brain of its creator.
He was a savage, in the war-paint and panoply of a Blackfoot brave.
Mrs. Bradfort had been a widow many years, and was fortified with the panoply of her state.
a full suit of armor; a complete defense or covering
Greek pan- + hopla 'armor'
1570s, from Greek panoplia "complete suit of armor," from pan- "all" (see pan-) + hopla (plural), "arms" of a hoplites ("heavily armed soldier"); see hoplite. Originally in English figurative, of "spiritual armor," etc. (a reference to Eph. vi); non-armorial sense of "any splendid array" first recorded 1829.