- multitude of sins, cover a,
- multiuser system,
- multivalent vaccine
Origin of multitude
Examples from the Web for multitude
His most famous miracle was making a few loaves and fishes feed a multitude.
The music sometimes sounding like the exorcism of a multitude of demons, each one of whom was mightily resisting his expulsion.
The multitude of decisions invalidating laws prohibiting same-sex marriage have rested on three different rationales.Justice Kennedy Opened the Door to Same-Sex Marriage, Will He Walk Through Next?|Geoffrey R. Stone|August 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Violence cannot be overcome with violence,” Francis told the multitude a week ago.What Would Jesus Do in Gaza? The Tears of Pope Francis Point the Way|Christopher Dickey|July 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We try to look at sex from a multitude of angles and this is just one of those angles.A Bouncy House of Boobs, A Quest for the G-Spot, and More Erotic Fun at the Carnival of Sex|Justin Jones|June 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Wild were the plaudits of the multitude, but the lion was staggering and his roar was muffled.Ulric the Jarl|William O. Stoddard
Prince John resumed his retreat from the lists, and the dispersion of the multitude became general.Ivanhoe|Walter Scott
There must be much more to tell, we felt sure: and we had a multitude of questions to ask.The Further Adventures of O'Neill in Holland|J. Irwin Brown
In fact, the multitude of the neighbors is one cause of my story.Stories of a Western Town|Octave Thanet
But, to return to the multitude,—you say that in all times they are left the same.Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Word Origin for multitude
early 14c., from Old French multitude (12c.) and directly from Latin multitudinem (nominative multitudo) "a great number, a crowd; the crowd, the common people," from multus "many, much" (see multi-) + suffix -tudo (see -tude). Related: Multitudes.