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Last year the Unicode Consortium—the group responsible for the selection and design of emoji—released a new series that reflected the multiplicity of gender identities.

One person writing about their experience doesn’t take away from all the multiplicity of the other narratives and feelings.

The multiplicity, therefore, becomes essential, as the poems are rarely frozen in a single feeling.

To be an astrobiologist means becoming acutely aware of the living world and our place within its multiplicity of layers and branches.

Indeed, the multiplicity of actors in this informational struggle, state or not, makes such a designation difficult.

A cynic might say that the report is like the movie Clue, perfectly set up for a multiplicity of endings.

I try to create a multiplicity of experiences within the works so that I can hit the viewer on a variety of levels.

Historically the contradictory pressures exerted by the multiplicity of parties has not been good for Israel.

They vote on a multiplicity of concerns, of which Israel is a part, but hardly, for most of them, the determining factor.

From this multiplicity of voices Williams constructs a beautifully harmonious and satisfyingly substantial whole.

The problem is a highly complicated one, and no doubt many causes have to do with the multiplicity of effects.

When for the first time Intelligence contemplated the Good, this its contemplation split the Good's unity into multiplicity.

The multiplicity of the intelligences implies therefore a difference between them.107 But how does each differ from the others?

But (in the Divinity) (these three, choice, being and will) do not form a multiplicity; they must be considered as having fused.

If we are to study the world from the standpoint of forms, our study will be almost endless in its multiplicity.


On this page you'll find 129 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to multiplicity, such as: jumble, profusion, abundance, agglomeration, aggregation, and assemblage.

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