noun as in lot
The job—feeding massive paper reams into a cutter—paid 10 cents above minimum wage.
He could recite reams of Frost, Dickinson, Whitman, and Lowell, and he did so while I stood there, amazed.
Reams of lab results, refill requests, emails, and callbacks pop up continually on the computer screen.
But among reams of waterlogged documents, troops wading in water four feet deep spotted Hebrew lettering among the Arabic.
But reams of data shows that incarceration creates more crime.
He covered reams of paper with lurid heresies—political, religious, civic—for most of which there was no hope of publication.
There have been tons of paper devoted to the farmer; reams filled on the farm woman; not a line for the girl.
At Peterhof, a town about twenty miles out of St Petersburg, he found fifty reams of a paper such as he required.
She had six darling friends at school, and every courier from Kalbsbraten carried off whole reams of her letter-paper.
In a short time the money that had been carted to and fro in reams disappeared from the shop, the counting-room, the market.
On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reams, such as: gobs, heap, loads, lot, million, and pile.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.