[muhl-ti-tood-n-uh s, -tyood-]
- forming a multitude or great number; existing, occurring, or present in great numbers; very numerous.
- comprising many items, parts, or elements.
- Archaic. crowded or thronged.
Origin of multitudinous
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Examples from the Web for multitudinous
The Scottish ballads may scarce be so multitudinous and protean a host as this.The Balladists
To these multitudinous questions and assertions I made no answer.Daring and Suffering:
The multitudinous seed and other characteristics we will pass by for the present.The Lost Ten Tribes, and 1882
But the testimony of a witness is open to multitudinous doubts.Lectures on Evolution
Thomas Henry Huxley
There was a moment of sinister silence, then a multitudinous stirring of the leaves.Story of My Life
- very numerous
- rare great in extent, variety, etc
- poetic crowded
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Word Origin and History for multitudinous
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