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panoply

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpanoplypan‧o‧ply /ˈpænəpli/ noun [singular] formal  1 DCan impressive show of special clothes, decorations etc, especially at an important ceremonypanoply of a glorious panoply of colours2 PMWLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTa large number of people or thingspanoply of a panoply of men in grey suitsfull/entire/whole panoply of something (=the whole range of something)
Examples from the Corpus
panoplyThe unhappy peasantry of Bengal found itself saddled with an impressive panoply of middlemen and parasites.Statues of angels, madonnas, saints and saviours cram the skyline, creating a surreal panoply of agony and ecstasy.Penicillin was used to treat a whole panoply of conditions.In the whole panoply of anti-poverty policies the minimum wage stands as the vital back marker.the whole panoply of a royal weddingfull/entire/whole panoply of somethingNor did they continue to deploy the full panoply of radical techniques in moments of perceived social and political crisis.In the whole panoply of anti-poverty policies the minimum wage stands as the vital back marker.That is, assuming there will be room for them once the full panoply of testing and assessment is in place.
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