Another word for mass
A body of matter
A considerable quantity
The greater portion
Types of Masses include: High, Low, Solemn High, Requiem, Mass for the Dead, Nuptial, Votive.
Parts of the Mass include --- Gathering Rites: Greeting, Penitential Rite, Gloria, Opening Prayer; Liturgy of the Word: First Reading, Responsorial Psalm, Second Reading, Alleluia, Gospel, Homily, Profession of Faith, Creed, Prayers of the Faithful, Petitions; Liturgy of the Eucharist: Preparation and Offering of the Gifts, Prayer Over the Gifts, Consecration, Eucharistic Prayer, Memorial, Acclamation, Lord's Prayer, Sign of Peace, Breaking of the Bread, Communion, Prayer after Communion; Concluding Rites: Blessing, Dismissal.
Another word for massnoun
A separate and distinct portion of matter:body, bulk, object. See matter
A quantity accumulated:accumulation, aggregation, amassment, assemblage, collection, congeries, cumulation, gathering. See collect
A group of things gathered haphazardly:agglomeration, bank1, cumulus, drift, heap, hill, mess, mound, mountain, pile, shock2, stack, tumble. See order
A great deal:abundance, mountain, much, plenty, profusion, wealth, world. (Informal) barrel, heap, lot, pack, peck2, pile. (Regional) power, sight. See big
An enormous number of persons gathered together:crowd, crush, drove, flock, horde, mob, multitude, press, ruck1, swarm, throng. See big, group
A very large number of things grouped together:army, cloud, crowd, drove, flock, horde, host, legion, mob, multitude, ruck1, score (used in plural), swarm, throng. See big, group
The greatest part or portion:bulk, preponderance, preponderancy, weight. See big
Great extent, amount, or dimension:amplitude, bulk, magnitude, size, volume (often used in plural). See big
The common people.Used in plural: common (used in plural), commonality, commonalty, commoner (used in plural), crowd, hoi polloi, mob, pleb (used in plural), plebeian (used in plural), populace, public, ruck1, third estate. See over