an act of .
something that is .
Birdalone smiled on them somewhat shyly, and thanked them; but bade them spend as little time as might be on her arrayal.
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to place in proper or desired order; marshal: Napoleon arrayed his troops for battle. to clothe with garments, especially of an ornamental kind; dress up; deck out: She arrayed herself in furs and diamonds. order or arrangement, as of troops drawn up for battle. military force, especially a body of troops. a large and impressive […]
the state or condition of being in arrears. Often, arrearages. arrears; amount or amounts overdue. Archaic. a thing or part kept in reserve. Historical Examples Resolved, That the landlord of the Club room whistle for the arrearage of rent. The History and Records of the Elephant Club Knight Russ Ockside and Q. K. Philander Doesticks […]
the state of being behind or late, especially in the fulfillment of a duty, promise, obligation, or the like: Many homeowners have fallen into arrears. Sometimes, arrear. something overdue in payment; a debt that remains unpaid: Those countries that have paid their arrears may be granted additional loans. in arrears, behind or late, especially in […]
arrector arrector ar·rec·tor (ə-rěk’tər, ā-rěk’-) n. pl. ar·rec·to·res (ār’ěk-tôr’ēz) See erector.