: a full suit of armor
- Knights in panoply were ready for battle.
: ceremonial attire
- The nobles were in panoply for the coronation.
: something forming a protective covering
- faces dim in a panoply of smoke
- —William Baucke
: a magnificent or impressive array
- the full panoply of a military funeral
- woods … in their full panoply of autumn foliage
- —S. P. B. Mais
: a display of all appropriate appurtenances
- no need for the panoply of power
- windows … beyond which the usual panoply of modern mechanical conveniences can brazenly flourish
- —Lewis Mumford