Another Word For Many

Many means 'a large number of,' typically referring to countable things. The word 'many' is used to convey the idea of a significant quantity or number of people or things. Read on for synonym and other words for Many.

Many in a sentence
There were many people at the concert last night.

"Many" 15 synonyms and related terms with examples

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Implies a large number, often used in formal contexts.

She received numerous awards for her outstanding academic achievements.


Suggests an innumerable amount, often with a sense of overwhelming quantity.

He has faced countless challenges throughout his career.


Implies more than two but not an indefinite number, usually 3 to 5.

I have visited several countries in Europe.


Indicates a number of different types or sorts.

She has worn various hats in her career, from engineer to manager.


Means more than one, typically used to express a variety of things.

He has multiple responsibilities at work.

a multitude of

A formal expression to denote a very large number.

There is a multitude of reasons why I love this city.

a plethora of

Conveys a large or excessive amount, often carrying a positive nuance.

The event had a plethora of activities for attendees to enjoy.

a host of

Indicates a large number of, especially helpful when talking about resources.

The library offers a host of resources for researchers.

a myriad of

Denotes a countless or extremely great number.

The festival featured a myriad of performances from different cultures.

an abundance of

Refers to a very large quantity of something, often used positively.

There is an abundance of wildflowers in the meadow during spring.


Implies a considerable amount, often used in quantitative contexts.

They made a substantial donation to the charity.


Indicates an abundance, often with the sense of overflowing or excess.

The garden had profuse blooming flowers in every corner.


Suggests a large quantity of something, often used in written or recorded contexts.

She took copious notes during the lecture.


Denotes being present in large quantities, often used to talk about natural resources.

The forest was abundant with wildlife.


Insinuates more than enough, ample suggests an even more generous amount.

There were ample opportunities for networking at the conference.

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Examples of many on Reddit

"Many" is used in real world conversations right now:

TIL Many products are getting smaller due to 'shrinkflation', for example Mars shrank its Maltesers, M&Ms by up to 15%. In the past, companies blamed the rising price of raw materials. Recently, these prices dropped back, but the shrinkage continued as manufacturers try to stealthily boost profits posted on todayilearned
Six months ago I posted on r/askmen asking how the single guys living alone were doing. I received many responses including a PM from r/Helenagrl asking how I was doing. We began messaging, texting, and eventually having phone conversations. Today we finally met in person in Long Beach California! posted on MadeMeSmile
TIL Mark Twain traveled extensively and once said "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth..." posted on todayilearned
TIL according to Matt Groening, FOX was never supportive of Futurama, as they moved the show around from time slot to time slot unpredictably for four years, which resulted in poor ratings and its cancellation in 2003. This move left many Futurama fans and production crew shocked and angry. posted on todayilearned
LPT: Texans, you are about to experience the worst potholes many of you have ever seen. Make sure your tire pressure is correct for your vehicles, drive slowly, give plenty of distance between your vehicle and the one in front of you, and don't trust puddles. Love from Michigan. posted on LifeProTips
TIL Michael Jordan once tipped a waitress a $5 chip for bringing him a drink. Wayne Gretzky stopped the waitress, removed the $5 chip, grabbed one of the many $100 chips on Jordan’s side of the table, and gave it to her. Then he said, "That's how we tip in Las Vegas, Michael." posted on todayilearned
The small details: In the forearms there is one very small muscle that contracts only when lifting the pinky, otherwise it is invisible. Michelangelo's Moses is lifting the pinky, therefore that tiny muscle is contracted - a small part of the many details of this masterpiece posted on interestingasfuck
I'm 19, never touched a body of water in my life, recently i started going to the gym and i learned how to swim in a week, drank alot of water, but in the end i swam. i know many will laugh because i learned at a late stage, but I'm proud and that's what matters posted on MadeMeSmile
3-year-old Ryker Webb survived the Montana wilderness alone for two days. He was found in a shed two miles from his home. Authorities say he was very lucky considering the Bull Lake Valley, where he was found was home to many Mountain Lions and Bears. posted on Damnthatsinteresting
TIL before any details of Pixar’s ‘Soul’ were public, a Black chauffeur told Kemp Powers (the film’s co-writer & co-director) that he knew Pixar was making a Black movie because he had never driven so many Black people to Pixar before. posted on todayilearned

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The longest word in English is "pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis," a type of lung disease caused by inhaling very fine ash and sand dust.

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