A very large number of things grouped together: army, cloud, crowd, drove, flock, horde, legion, mass, mob, multitude, ruck1, score (used in plural), swarm, throng. See big, group
Another word for host
One who entertains
entertainer, toastmaster, master, mistress, hostess, talk-show moderator, master of ceremonies, mistress of ceremonies, M.C., emcee; see also hostess 1, 3.
One who operates a place of public hospitality
innkeeper, hotel keeper, tavern keeper, saloon keeper, barkeeper, barkeep, bartender, restaurant owner, restaurateur, manager, maitre d', night club owner, proprietor; see also hostess 2, owner.
A large group
throng, multitude, army; see crowd 1, gathering.
Organism on which a parasite subsists
host mother, host body, animal; see organism.
Sacramental bread; capitalized
Bread of the Last Supper, wafer, Communion loaf, altar bread, Eucharist; see also communion 2, sacrament. See syn. study at crowd.