Antonyms for arrays

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He arrays his Pylians with chariots in front, footmen in the rear.

Another strong objection to the doctrine we oppose, is, it arrays Gods secret decrees against his revealed word.

Any party is a curse which arrays itself in opposition to human freedom, to the universal brotherhood of man.

To-day, in the leading nations of the world, he clothes rather than arrays himself.

One of my pet aversions is the young boy who arrays himself in stand-up collars and white merino cravats.

Up he instantly is, and arrays himself, not in his everyday boating habiliments, but a suit worn only on Sundays and holidays.

Then Frithiof arrays him for departing, and is captain of men brave and of good help, eighteen in company.

It is a good thing that a man once a week pauses from his work, arrays himself in clean garments, and is at rest.

He discovers a quantity of muddles and jobs, and arrays imposing instances of waste and inefficiency.

Even perfume, which otherwise is the soul and spirit of a flower, may be spared when it arrays itself in this scarlet glory.