multitudinous | multitudinousness

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very numerous

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multitudinous - many

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Something ‘multitudinous’ consists of many people, things, or parts. Strictly speaking, this word expresses something infinite or countless, but is mostly used as a more formal way of saying that there is an awful lot of something, or simply as an exaggeration to make a point or show emphasis.

Synonyms multifarious
Antonyms privation

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  1. I want to assign that task to David because I believe it will give him the opportunity to showcase his multitudinous talents.

  2. It was hard not to get bogged down by the multitudinousness of the details in the report. I wish it had been more streamlined and concise.

  3. I don’t believe in micromanagement or placing restrictions on staff. I much prefer there to be a multitudinous flow of ideas and opinions.

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