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Definition of multitude:

  1. A great number of persons collected together; a numerous collection of persons; a crowd; an assembly.
  2. A great number of persons or things, regarded collectively; as, the book will be read by a multitude of people; the multitude of stars; a multitude of cares.
  3. The state of being many; numerousness.

Synonyms:

muckle, spate, the masses, circle, bulk, slew, good deal, collection, soldiers, batch, hatful, an ordinary/average/regular Joe, force, gathering, commons, gang, the multitude, sight, pot, armament, ring, mess, military, mountain, citizenry, plenitude, wad, the people, Joe Blow, scrum, plebeians, assemblage, club, array, soldiery, confluence, stack, camp, passel, concourse, phalanx, face pack, heap, lot, ruck, Everyman, ingroup, battalion, score, raft, constellation, rank and file, throng, plebs, aggregation, flock, the general public, group, herd, great deal, pack, forces, hoi polloi, mass, rout, large number, troops, Jane Doe, volume, coterie, the great unwashed, drove, bike, legions, inner circle, deal, millions, pile, crush, clique, tidy sum, people, abundance, quite a little, mickle, press, army, plurality, big, the grassroots, age group, busload, plenty, mint, number, swarm, masses, commoners, relative majority, cram, the little people, cloud, peck.

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