Thesaurus / arrays


And they showed him where the place was; for the Prince and the Duke sat alone under a tree between the two arrays.

She takes out the sapphires and arrays them on her person to embellish her charms, but she places them on the table before her.

It strips off the garments of civilization and arrays him in the hunting shirt and the moccasin.

The Frontier in American HistoryFrederick Jackson Turner

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

He arrays himself as it were in his victory, enthrones himself in his foolishness, triumphs in his senseless twaddling.

It not only arrays caste against caste; but bitter animosity is the order of the day among the subdivisions of castes.

It arrays liberty against law, and the technicalities of law against its spirit.

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

Gwen WynnMayne Reid

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

He arrays unquestioned facts and depends on those who follow his recital to jump at the conclusion he desires.

Revisiting the EarthJames Langdon Hill


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