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Definitions of many

  1.   More.
  2.   Most.
  3.   Any large number; the masses; crowd; multitude.
  4.   A great number; the people.
  5.   A retinue of servants; a household.
  6.   Numerous; consisting of a great number.
  7.   ( quantifier used with count nouns; often preceded by ` as' or ` too' or ` so' or ` that') amounting to a large but indefinite number; " many temptations"; " the temptations are many"; " a good many"; " a great many"; " many directions"; " take as many apples as you like"; " too many clouds to see"; " never saw so many people"
  8.   Consisting of a great number; numerous; not few.
  9.   Many persons: a great number: the people.
  10.   A large or considerable number.
  11.   Many people; a great number; a retinue; the people. The many, the greater number. Many times, often.
  12.   MOST- comprising a great number of individuals: not few: numerous.
  13.   Constituting a large number; numerous.
  14.   Comprising a great number; numerous.
  15.   Not few; numerous.
  16.   Consisting of a great number; numerous; not a few; used as a common prefix, as many- headed, manifold.
  17.   The populace; the common people; the majority of people, or of a community.
  18.   A great number of individuals; a multitude; the people.
  19.   A great number: multitude.

Quotes of many

  1. I am inspired by many mediums and use them to express varied aspects of my philosophies and life observations. – Judith Anderson
  2. I suddenly realized that comedy, for me, was just being honest, and playing it for real. I've seen so many wonderful actors who turn into creatures from another planet when they're told they are supposed to be playing comedy. – Bea Arthur
  3. These fallen heroes represent the character of a nation who has a long history of patriotism and honor- and a nation who has fought many battles to keep our country free from threats of terror. – Michael N. Castle
  4. I try to avoid a specific image. I seek to play as many different women as I can to avoid having a label put on me. – Blythe Danner
  5. Once- many many years ago- I thought I made a wrong decision. Of course, it turned out that I had been right all along. But I was wrong to have thought that I was wrong. – John Foster Dulles
  6. Every woman who thinks she is the only victim of violence has to know that there are many more. – Salma Hayek
  7. The subject of Finnish poetry ought to have a special interest for the Japanese student, if only for the reason that Finnish poetry comes more closely in many respects to Japanese poetry than any other form of Western poetry. – Lafcadio Hearn
  8. The fact that the Arctic, more than any other populated region of the world, requires the collaboration of so many disciplines and points of view to be understood at all, is a benefit rather than a burden. – Bruce Jackson
  9. I owe a debt of gratitude to two other living Justices. Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg paved the way for me and so many other women in my generation. Their pioneering lives have created boundless possibilities for women in the law. I thank them for their inspiration and also for the personal kindnesses they have shown me. – Elena Kagan
  10. The moral effect of the thundering of one's own artillery is most extraordinary, and many of us thought that we had never heard any more welcome sound than the deep roaring and crashing that started in at our rear. – Fritz Kreisler
  11. People think they know who I am, because I've played so many very, very out gay men on stage, and they think that's me. – Nathan Lane
  12. So many people preach that they love fashion, but really it's what I live for! – Lindsay Lohan
  13. Too many whites still see blacks as a group apart. – Constance Baker Motley
  14. As time goes on, I realize more and more that, beginning in the early 30's, David Smith began setting the precedent for what was to come later for many of us. – Kenneth Noland
  15. Too many security officers live day to day. They just want to be treated with dignity. – John Wilson

Usage examples for many

  1. “ " As many as you like, so that you only come, dear. ” – Thankful Rest by Annie S. Swan
  2. My dear Maud, he said, there are a good many things I can't do, and one of them is this. ” – Charles Rex by Ethel M. Dell
  3. “ I don't think her father is guiltier than a great many other people who haven't been found out. ” – The Quality of Mercy by W. D. Howells
  4. She could not hope to go to Bullhampton again, at least for many a long day. ” – The Vicar of Bullhampton by Anthony Trollope
  5. Let us see how many you can do. ” – Mentally Defective Children by Alfred Binet Théodore Simon
  6. You have that many – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair
  7. Do you know many 'such men'? ” – The Spy in Black by J. Storer Clouston
  8. And there were so many children who wanted to see what it was going to be like that Bunny and Sue did not know where they were all going to sit. ” – Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue by Laura Lee Hope
  9. So many have whispered good things of you. ” – The Judgment House by Gilbert Parker
  10. So he told her many things. ” – The Literary Sense by E. Nesbit
  11. “ I believe they are many – The Red Derelict by Bertram Mitford
  12. Do you know if there are many of them?" ” – Fair and Warmer by E. G. von Wald
  13. “ " I saw her and Mayenne and Lucas and ever so many things," I told him. ” – Helmet of Navarre by Bertha Runkle
  14. Some, not many ask " What is the matter?" ” – Detailed Minutiae of Soldier life in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865 by Carlton McCarthy
  15. So many people are, if you come to that. ” – Non-combatants and Others by Rose Macaulay
  16. And there were too many people dead! ” – The Quality of Mercy by W. D. Howells
  17. In Heaven's name, how many were there? ” – Astounding Stories of Super-Science, December 1930 by Various
  18. Oh, I dare to think of many things to- day. ” – Witness For The Defence by A.E.W. Mason
  19. Many people talk much, and then very many people talk very much more. ” – Phineas Redux by Anthony Trollope
  20. She ought to be told: she must be told: she may have many things to say to her poor father. ” – John Halifax, Gentleman by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik

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