From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmultitudemul‧ti‧tude /ˈmʌltɪtjuːd $ -tuːd/ ●○○ noun 1 a multitude of somebody/something2 the multitude(s)3 [countable] literary or biblicalALGROUP OF PEOPLE a large crowd of people Clamoring multitudes demanded a view of the pope.4 cover/hide a multitude of sins
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multitudeThere has suddenly appeared a multitude of banners and pamphlets from these printing presses of the trees.It can cover a multitude of incompatibilities.This country faces a multitude of unsettling problems.Rainforests are the source of a multitude of raw materials with immense potential value to medical science.The development of strength can prevent a multitude of problems occurring throughout our lives.For several weeks after that, my head filled with a multitude of wild theories and speculations.The best value of all, however, comes via the multitude of entrepreneurs offering deeply discounted hotel rates and rentals.How could he feed and house this multitude?
Origin multitude (1300-1400) French Latin multitudo, from multus; MULTI-