multitudinous

[ muhl-ti-tood-n-uh s, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION OF multitudinous

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The Scottish ballads may scarce be so multitudinous and protean a host as this.

To these multitudinous questions and assertions I made no answer.

The multitudinous seed and other characteristics we will pass by for the present.

But the testimony of a witness is open to multitudinous doubts.

There was a moment of sinister silence, then a multitudinous stirring of the leaves.

I am not hampered by excessive harness, by multitudinous rules.

And so it is with the varied activities of our multitudinous life.

But after the descent of the multitudinous sails, the beauty was wholly destroyed.

Lester, busy about his multitudinous affairs, was in and out.

The streets and quays swarm with the most vociferous, dirty, multitudinous life.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, first in Shakespeare, from Latin multitudin-, stem of multitudo (see multitude) + -ous. Related: Multitudinously; multitudinousness.

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