multiplicity

[ muhl-tuh-plis-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF multiplicity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MULTIPLICITY

This multiplicity afforded them a wonderful spectacle, but that was about all.

Here we find no infinitesimal subdivision and no multiplicity of crops.

But it was the multiplicity of laws that befuddled White Fang and often brought him into disgrace.

I go out, and am occupied all day with a multiplicity of engagements.

The refinement and the multiplicity of pleasures also diminish the attractions of marriage.

But the count, with a multiplicity of nods, bade him accept.

And a multiplicity of questions presented themselves to him.

He takes only his own out of the multiplicity that sweeps and circles round him.

What a Multiplicity of Trades and Artificers must be employ'd?

Are we perhaps distressed at this multiplicity of worlds and souls?

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