Definition of multitudinously in English:



  • See multitudinous

    • ‘The figures of speech (metaphor, metonym, synecdoche, and irony) are the four main categories of tropes, although tropes have been multitudinously identified in treatises on rhetoric.’
    • ‘At least five undergraduate seminars might be devoted to the way in which this phenomenon is variously and multitudinously attacked in Goethe, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Thomas Mann, Freud, Kierkegaard, Kafka, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Lawrence and Joyce.’
    • ‘Hence the entrepreneur is multitudinously benefited.’
    • ‘I know all about these coleoptera, because our great cave, three miles below Hannibal, was multitudinously stocked with them, and often I brought them home to amuse my mother with.’