modifying "panoply"

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Some grammar references prohibit modifying "panoply" with an article because it is uncountable/undividable, but it is oft used that way and sounds correct with the article. I notice Grammarly does not flag the use of an article with "panoply."

Another noun always preceded with an article is "assortment," yet it is also uncountable/undividable.

Have I long been incorrectly modifying these nouns?

I notice Grammarly did not flag the use of an article with "panoply."

What say you all?

See example:

There is a panoply of reasons not to do so.
asked Jun 23 '11 at 14:09 Frederick Cieri New member

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