Panoply

A panoply is a complete suit of armour. The word represents the ancient Greek πανοπλία. The word πᾶν means `all`, and ὅπλον, `arms`. Thus `panoply` refers to the full armour of a hoplite or heavy-armed soldier, i.e. the shield, breastplate, helmet and greaves, together with the sword and lance. As applied to armour of a lat...
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Panoply

• (n.) Defensive armor in general; a full suit of defensive armor.
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panoply

noun a complete and impressive array
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Panoply

Pan'o·ply noun [ Greek ...; ..., ..., all + ... tool, implement, in plural, armor, arms.] Defensive armor in general; a full suit of defensive armor. Milton. « We had need to take the Christian panoply , to put on the whole armor of God.» Ray.
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panoply

a complete and impressive array
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Panoply

a complete suit of armor; armed figures are referred to as 'in full panoply;'.
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panoply

complete suit of armour
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Panoply

The warrior's offensive and defensive ensemble; including shield, cuirass, helmet, greaves, spear, and sword.
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panoply

[n] - a complete and impressive array
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