Multitudinous definition

mŭltĭ-to͝odn-əs, -tyo͝od-
Very numerous; existing in great numbers.
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Populous; crowded.
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The definition of multitudinous is many, or with many parts.

An example of multitudinous is the description of a crowd in a 50-person maximum capacity room with 60 people inside.

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Consisting of many parts.
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Very numerous; many.
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Consisting of many parts, elements etc.; manifold.
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(rare) Holding a multitude; crowded.
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Existing in great numbers; innumerable. [from 17th c.]

"...the multitudinous seas incarnadine..." Shakespeare.

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Crowded with many people.
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Origin of multitudinous

  • From Latin multitūdō multitūdin- multitude multitude

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From (the stem of) Latin multitÅ«dō +"Ž -ous.

    From Wiktionary