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Examples of multitudinous in a Sentence
Their lives have changed in multitudinous ways.
the multitudinous questions that seem to be an inevitable part of opening day at school
Recent Examples of multitudinous from the Web
Asian styles were evoked in the multitudinous use of layers — a thick hybrid poncho in Cerulean blue with tassels, or an oversize coat covered in blurred text that looked like a decorative pattern.
The reasons for collecting, buying, and wearing Air Jordans are almost as multitudinous as the number of fans who wear them.
No film could hope to encompass so multitudinous a life.
The movie overall is Baumbach in psychoanalysts’ mode, weighing the multitudinous horrors—and occasional meager joys—of parent-child relationships.
And, ultimately, getting Android on as many devices as possible gets Google’s search bar and services onto multitudinous screens beyond the desktop environment.
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Did You Know?
Multitudinous is one of many English words that make use of the combining form "multi-," from Latin multus, meaning "many." "Multicolored," "multifunctional," and "multimillionaire" are just a few of the others. "Multitudinous" is the kind of highly expressive word that you can rely upon when you want something a little more emphatic than plain old "numerous." Among its synonyms are "multiple" and multifold, two more members of the "multi-" family.
First Known Use of multitudinous
MULTITUDINOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of multitudinous for English Language Learners
: very many
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