a large number of people or thingsAddiction to drugs can bring a multitude of other problems.
great number, ,
a whole host of gadgets
A collection of people of all ages assembled to pay their respects.
data collected by an army of volunteers
On the desk is a mass of books and papers.
She waited until quiet settled on the assembly.
His sense of humour won him a legion of friends.
They face a myriad of problems bringing up children.
The streets were filled with a fair concourse of people that night.
a chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
a large number of people or thingsthe multitudes that surround the Pope
It took some two hours before the crowd was fully dispersed.
A host of stars attended the awards ceremony.
A mass of excited people clogged the street.
a growing mob of demonstrators
Most members of the congregation arrive a few minutes before the service.
A swarm of people encircled the hotel.
Down below them was the sea of upturned faces.
A horde of people was screaming for tickets.
An official pushed through the throng.
The hideous truth was hidden from the multitude.
The poll is a test of the public's confidence in the government.
If they continue like this, there is a danger of the mob taking over.
large herds of elephant and buffalo
a large proportion of the populace
They are forced to socialise with the rabble.
a struggle between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat
Inflated costs are designed to keep the hoi polloi at bay.
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in the sense of army
a large number of people or animalsdata collected by an army of volunteers
in the sense of assemblage
a collection or group of thingsa chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
in the sense of assembly
a number of people gathered together for a meetingShe waited until quiet settled on the assembly.
hui (New Zealand),
runanga (New Zealand)
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