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In the process, they run the risk of burns and exposure to a panoply of toxic materials.

It even has the ubiquitous panoply of exotic locales for the “challenges” that the contestants must endure.

A collection of glassware for specific wine styles can get rather expensive, and so for most of us, the idea of investing in one very nice wine glass that can be used across a panoply of bottles makes good sense.

From Eater

Now standards may be shifting, thanks to the panoply of reasons people are leaving the workforce during the pandemic.

From Quartz

In that time, its explosive growth has come with a panoply of security, privacy, and abuse issues.

While a panoply of other circuses operated, these grew even larger.

Just as at the weekend, a panoply of emergency personnel descended on the scene in October.

That means pills, injections, IUDs, and the whole panoply of evil devices that will ruin their bodies and take their souls.

He will deflect questions, learn a dozen ways to say no comment—the usual panoply of press secretary tricks.

“Destination,” meanwhile, presents a panoply of nightlife hotspots, serene beaches, and luscious vineyards.

Sleek horses, polished arms, bright plumes,—this was the pride and panoply of war!

The stranger was much smaller than the porcupine, and wore no panoply of points.

I have not embellished them with footnotes nor given them any other part of the panoply of critical apparatus.

When he appeared in all his splendid panoply upon the roof of the palace there was a strange silence.

All unknown to herself, clothed in this wondrous panoply of beauty, Fidunia awaited her sovereign's commands.

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On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to panoply, such as: array, act, affectation, arrangement, blaze, and bravura.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.