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Correct spelling:
multitude
Definition:
a large indefinite number; " a battalion of ants"; " a multitude of TV antennas"; " a plurality of religions"

Synonyms:

noun
a lot
myriad.
amount
quantity.
cloud
dense mass.
coming together
confluence.
common people
hoi polloi.
concourse
concursion.
flood
surplus, flood, Drencher, spate, niagaras, tsunamis, torrents, glut, tsunami, outgushing, outpouring.
hoi polloi
infra-structure, plebian, the working class, the herd, huddled masses, the many, the multitude, the proletariat, the masses, the common people, vulgus, plebians.
large group
infinity, great number, majority, congregation, people, myriad, ocean, herd, horde, drove, plurality, commonalty, army, lot, number, crowd, turnout, collection, public, quantity, concourse, lots, slew, assembly, jam, push, mass, crush, scores, populace, numbers, throng, aggregation, loads, legion, proletariat, heap, infinitude, plenitude, oodles, much, assemblage, sea, mob, swarm, host.
multitude
people, battalion, masses, hoi polloi, concourse, pack, throng, large number, mass.
number
zillion, Manifoldness, numbers, zillions.
people
people, peasantry, crowd, countrywoman, bourgeois, commoner, legion, mob, horde, populace, countryman, rabble, proletariat, public, great unwashed, throng, host, masses, mass, bourgeoisie.
Examples of usage:
  1. They were no better- natured than the rest of the constantly increasing multitude. – London Films by W.D. Howells
  2. Perhaps the Second Part of this pilgrimage comes nearer to the ordinary experience of the great multitude of Christians than the First Part; and this may have been Bunyan's intention. – The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3 by John Bunyan
  3. At noon the multitude caught the first token of the king. – A Victor of Salamis by William Stearns Davis

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