One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a multitude of problems’
a lot, a great number, a large number, a great quantity, a large quantity, host, horde, mass, mountain, droves, swarm, army, legion, sea, abundance, profusion
informal lots, loads, masses, stacks, heaps, tons, dozens, hundreds, thousands, millions, billions, zillions
British informal shedload
North American informal slew, gazillions, bazillions, gobs
NZ Australian informal swag
vulgar slang shitload
2‘Father Peter addressed the multitude’
crowd, gathering, assembly, group, assemblage, congregation, flock, throng, horde, mob
3the multitude‘placing political power in the hands of the multitude’
the common people, the populace, the public, the people, the masses, the rank and file, the crowd, the commonality, the commonalty, the third estate, the plebeians
the hoi polloi, the mob, the proletariat, the common herd, the rabble, the riff-raff, the canaille, the great unwashed, the ragtag, the ragtag and bobtail, proles, plebs
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