multitudinous multitudinous


  • (adj) too numerous to be counted


  1. To understand the Showa Emperor's goals and premises, we must examine his life, as he led it and as it was led for him by his multitudinous helpers.
  2. But her multitudinous other interests took too much of her time.
  3. Strife, by the way, that had nothing to do with Israel and everything to do with the multitudinous factions that comprise Lebanese politics.


  • Wisch: Remembering The Best Of The Bulls’ Celebrations

    So multitudinous were the Blackhawks fans swarming downtown Chicago on Friday morning that when the gates to Grant Park were opened to let them in, one of my Facebook friends said it looked like a scene out of “World War Z.”
    on June 29, 2013     Source: CBS Chicago


  1. As HG Wells said about Conrad's first novel, "His sentences are not unities, they are multitudinous tandems, and he has still to learn the great half of his art, the art of leaving things unwritten."
    on Feb 5, 2010 By: HG Wells Source: New York Times

  2. "There won't be multitudinous changes," Mr. Kelleher said.
    on Jul 19, 2007 By: Herb Kelleher Source: New York Times

  3. In "Everything and Nothing," Jorge Luis Borges writes of an artist who has "no one inside him" and whose words, "which were multitudinous, and of a fantastical and agitated turn," suggested "a dream someone had failed to dream."
    on Nov 21, 2007 By: Jorge Luis Borges Source: Dallas Observer

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