Entry: panoply (n.)
In context: "Lenz had such a panoply of strange compulsive habits that a request for SteelSaks barely raises a brow on anybody."
Definition: A spiritual or psychological protection or defence; an attitude, etc., affording such protection.
Other: Lenz is a truly disgusting, incredibly interesting character, at least for me.
SNOOT score: 2
Source: Oxford English Dictionary