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array in Military topic

arrayarray2 verb [transitive]  1 literaryPUT ON CLOTHES to wear particular clothes, especially clothes of good qualityarrayed in something She came in arrayed in all her finery.2 literaryARRANGE A MEETING, EVENT ETC to arrange something in an attractive wayarrayed on something make-up arrayed on the bathroom counter3 formalPM to put soldiers in position ready to fight Grammar Array is usually passive.
Examples from the Corpus
arrayThe princess arrayed herself in her best clothes and jewels.Most languages, when arrayed in order, offer a rhythmic transition series or sensory structure.Certainly when Johnnie Armstrong arrived for his meeting with the king he was arrayed in the most ostentatious items from his wardrobe.Nikulin's medals were arrayed on a cushion at the foot of his coffin.In front of this already fatigued force were arrayed some of the best-equipped and best-trained troops in the world.She even managed to array the girl in shining armor.She pushed open the door and saw a small counter before her arrayed with pieces of leather and a variety of lasts.arrayed in somethingNo doubt he took his seat in the Dail arrayed in a coat of many colours and of many shreds and patches.They are a distinguished-looking bunch, particularly when arrayed in all their blue, gold and scarlet finery for some official function.Most languages, when arrayed in order, offer a rhythmic transition series or sensory structure.I approach until I can see the velvet petals arrayed in radial symmetry.Certainly when Johnnie Armstrong arrived for his meeting with the king he was arrayed in the most ostentatious items from his wardrobe.Three o'clock found them ready and waiting, arrayed in their most festive attire.arrayed on somethingThe town was nothing more than a handful of buildings arrayed on either side of the highway.Lightning rods, carpentry, and brickwork-all were spelled out, arrayed on legal-sized paper across seventeen numbered sections.