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(pronounced PA-neh-plee)

Did the “-oply” give this word’s Greek origin away” “Pan” means “all” (think pandemic, pandemonium, etc.), and this word is most commonly used to refer to a grand or extraordinary array or display.

Example: Sandy had resisted taking her client to NeoCon because she knew that the panoply of furniture and finish options would overwhelm him, ultimately slowing down the project due to indecision.