Another word for multitude
multitude host 2legion armySearch Thesaurus
These nouns all denote a very great number of people or things. Multitude is the most general term: a multitude of reasons. Host and legion both stress impressively, sometimes countlessly large numbers: a host of ideas; a legion of complaints. Army emphasizes order and often purposeful association: an army of ants.
Another word for multitudenoun
An enormous number of persons gathered together:crowd, crush, drove, flock, horde, mass, mob, press, ruck1, swarm, throng. See big, group
A very large number of things grouped together:army, cloud, crowd, drove, flock, horde, host, legion, mass, mob, ruck1, score (used in plural), swarm, throng. See big, group