oodles, scads, profusion, pile, plateful, my, yard, plenty, good deal, cardinal, spate, potful, pot, chunk, mountain, pocketful, bucket, myriad, bunch, peck, quantity, reams, a, its, gobs, certain, passel, long dozen, mess, basketful, ton, volume, truckload, sight, mass, xii, heap, 12, store, wealth, sheaf, wad, barrel, an, every, multiplicity, raft, mine, pack, slew, plentitude, bushel, twelve, double, shipload, fistful, abundance, carload, plenitude, stack, bundle, handful, deal, loads, lashings, boatload, determiner, much
five or more (part of speech: noun)
septennial, thousand, sextuple, duodecimo, octad, hexagonal, decade, jillion, hexahedral, octagon, septuple, octagonal, heptagonal, fourscore, octave, octavo, sevenfold, decennium, billion, sexennial, centenary, gross, grand, hexad, hundred, sixfold, hundredfold, kilo, score, octet, hexadic, million, trillion, teens, decennary
- I have but a round dozen, or I would give him two." - "In the Days of Drake", J. S. Fletcher.
- Very good, then; I advise you, after your long journey from England, after your visit to M. de Guiche, after your visit to Madame, after your visit to Porthos, after your journey to Vincennes, I advise you, I say, to take a few hours' rest; go and lie down, sleep for a dozen hours, and when you wake up, go and ride one of my horses until you have tired him to death. - "Louise de la Valliere", Alexandre Dumas, Pere.
- Farrabesche was one of the half- dozen chauffeurs whom the officers of justice could never lay hands on. - "The Village Rector", Honore de Balzac.