Synonyms of 'legion'
The last of the Roman legions left Britain in AD 410.
His sense of humour won him a legion of friends.
Addiction to drugs can bring a multitude of other problems.
A host of stars from British stage and screen attended the awards ceremony.
A mass of excited people clogged the street.
Scientists are leaving the country in droves.
People turned out to vote in huge numbers.
A horde of people was screaming for tickets.
They face a myriad of problems bringing up children.
An official pushed through the throng.
Books on this subject are legion.
Such crimes were just as numerous then as they are today.
She brought joy to countless people through her music.
pop culture in all its myriad forms
numberless acts of bravery by firefighters and rescue workers
He was a man of multitudinous talents.
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An army of people, animals, or things is a large number of them, especially when they are regarded as a force of some kind.
data collected by an army of volunteers
A brigade is one of the groups which an army is divided into.
the men of the Seventh Armoured Brigade
Thesaurus for legion from the Collins English Thesaurus
A legion is a large group of soldiers who form one section of an army.