arrayment

noun ar·ray·ment \ -āmənt \

Definition of arrayment

plural -s
1 :the act of arraying or the quality or state of being arrayed
  • then in arrayment close … rush to war
  • —William Morris
2 :clothing, dress
  • titled ladies in fine arrayment

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Origin and Etymology of arrayment

Middle English arayment, arrayment, from Middle French arraiement, areement, from Old French, from areer, arayer + -ment


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