Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a multitudinous manner; in great number or with great variety.
- adv. In a multitudinous way.
- multitudinous + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Even as it was, the cavern had given back the sounds of my foot-falls, multitudinously.”
“And amidst all the squalor on the other hand, amidst brutalities, ignorance, and drunkenness, suffered multitudinously their blameless victim, the”
“But I should need to be a herd of elephants, I thought, and a wilderness of spiders, desperately referring to the animals that are reputed longest lived and most multitudinously eyed, to cope with all this.”
“There is a deal of obscurity concerning the Identity of the species thus multitudinously baptized.”
“Forest covered the land below, multitudinously green, a-ripple with wind.”
“Braking, at the pilot console of his own vessel, Uroch saw land and sea sweep away beneath him: wrinkled mountains, multitudinously verdant plains, shining waters.”
“Amidst the subdued elegance around her, she suddenly outblazed a great blue star and multitudinously lacy nebula which dominated the viewscreen.”
“-- R.W. Mackay says, "The earliest instruments of education were symbols, the most universal symbols of the multitudinously present Deity, being earth or heaven, or some selected object, such as the sun or moon, a tree or a stone, familiarly seen in either of them.”
“Within her own apartments, she was attended multitudinously.”
“But their children's children are coming on multitudinously, and from them must go those who shall preach the Gospel to their own race in Africa.”
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