Multitudinous

Mul`ti*tu"di*nous

(?), a. 1. Consisting of a multitude; manifold in number or condition; as, multitudinous waves. "The multitudinous seas." Shak.
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A renewed jingling of multitudinous chains.
G. Kennan.
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2. Of or pertaining to a multitude. "The multitudinous tongue." Shak.
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-- Mul`ti*tu"di*nous*ly, adv. -- Mul`ti*tu"di*nous*ness, n.
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Mul*tiv"a*gant

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Mul*tiv"a*gous

(?), } a. [L. multivagus; multus much + vagus wandering; cf. vagans, p. pr. of vagari. See Vagary.] Wandering much. [Obs.]
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