multitudinous

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Etymology[edit]

From (the stem of) Latin multitūdō +‎ -ous.

Adjective[edit]

multitudinous (comparative more multitudinous, superlative most multitudinous)

  1. Existing in great numbers; innumerable. [from 17th c.]
    "...the multitudinous seas incarnadine..." Shakespeare.
  2. crowded with many people

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