multitude

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  • Info Multitude is a term for a group of people who cannot be classed under any other distinct category, except for their shared fact of existence. more...
  • However, club also covered a multitude of other sports played by its early members.
  • Women went past in multitudes, and he knew the appearance of them all. Cited from Here are Ladies, by James Stephens
  • Bank runs can lead to a multitude of social and economic problems.
  • See how one man acts upon himself and others, or upon multitudes! Cited from Life of Lord Byron, With his Letters and Journals, Vol. 6, ed. by Moore
  • The album was released in a multitude of ways in the years since its original release.
  • A multitude of train lines cross the city from east to west.
  • Their point of view was the only one under which the multitudes beneath could place themselves. Cited from Critical Miscellanies, Vol. 3, Essay 8, by John Morley
  • There are multitudes in like case, and what are we going to do about it? Cited from The Evolution of Dodd, by William Hawley Smith
  • He himself painted a multitude of works, many of them of a very large scale.
  • I feel the presence of a multitude of people and can hear their voices.
  • Multitudes of men have neither read, heard, nor known the truth of this question. Cited from Searchlights on Health, by B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols
  • These groups can then be divided up even further into a multitude of spiritual beings.
  • What multitudes of unknown faces, unknown to her and unknown to each other! Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. XII, No. 28. July, 1873, by Various
  • Multitudes of people have gone to the wall trying to find one. Cited from Pushing to the Front, by Orison Swett Marden
  • However the patient in this case study had a multitude of other mental health problems.
  • Or rather, if you cannot imagine such a state of things, multitudes can. Cited from Aurelian, by William Ware
  • And he sat down and taught the multitudes out of the boat. Cited from His Life, by William E. Barton, Theodore G. Soares, and Sydney Strong
  • Since then the school has grown to offer a multitude of graduate degrees.
  • There are also a multitude of ways to get involved on-campus.
  • As a result, a multitude of forms have been defined for this plant.
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Words starting with multitude

Meaning of multitude

  • noun A large gathering of people
  • noun The common people generally
    separate the warriors from the mass, power to the people