Pan"o*ply(pn"*pl), n. [Gr. panopli`a; pa^s, pa^n, all + "o`plon tool, implement, in pl., armor, arms.] 1. 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.
2. Hence: Any full set of elaborate attire, complete with accessories or accompanying paraphernalia; any elaborate special or ceremonial attire and equipment.
3. Hence: Any impressive complete array; as, the full
panoply of a presidential funeral.
[Fig.:] Any complete array of devices used in an endeavor; as, to deploy the full
panoply of writer's techniques.
panopticaladj. Including everying visible in one view; as, a panoptic aerial photograph of the missile base; a panoptic stain used in microscopy.
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