more numerous

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE NUMEROUS

Formerly they were more numerous than they are now, but they are still sometimes to be seen.

Were they driven away, they returned, more numerous and fiercer than before.

Is it not true that the Bœotians are not more numerous than the Athenians?

But that little public will be poorer also, and, I think, not more numerous than it was.

In ten years it will be more numerous, and will still go on increasing.

Our quarterings are more numerous, our House is more ancient than theirs.

These are idle dreams, more numerous than the sands of the sea.

Cafes were numerous, while English ale signs were more numerous.

The savages were very busy, and more numerous than they had been the night before.

He promised that he would eventually, if it were in his power, return with more numerous troops.