- n. Plural form of thousand.
“President Obama has repeated the phrase thousands of times since his 2008 election.”
“An urchin diver recently spotted what he described as thousands of shell fragments and shells on the bottom while diving for urchins," Hall said.”
“This absurd idea has morphed into the average American's idea of Democracy and Freedom, and this claim pounds into our senses in thousands of marketing events every day.”
“Despite its enticing name, the network, available in thousands of locations across ...”
“Despite its enticing name, the network, available in thousands of locations across the United States, does not actually provide access to the Internet.”
“The brutality and apparent collapse of front-line discipline is charted in thousands of meticulously filed US government reports, proving only one thing, that any war "among the people" that goes on too long degrades its participants and degenerates into senseless cruelty.”
“But as someone noted above, hundreds of thousands is probably low even as en estimate of deaths, which may well be around a million.”
“When President Obama signed the Healthcare and Education Reconciliation Act which enabled us to implement Direct Lending, that single action of Congress has already resulted in thousands more Americans entering higher education because of the availability of Pell grants.”
“Indeed, in thousands of cases, the bank officials lied when they said they reviewed the documents.”
“They probably even form lifelong grudges when they find their mother and children in thousands of bloody pieces in their former home.”
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