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Definition of Many

  • Consisting of a great number; numerous; not few.
  • The populace; the common people; the majority of people, or of a community.
  • A large or considerable number.
  • a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as' or `too' or `so' or `that'; amounting to a large but indefinite number

How to use many in a sentence. Many pronunciation.

THOU NEVER BILLED A MANY" VII.
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This esteem gave greater certainty that any backsheesh coming from the estate of Benn Claridge would not be sifted through many hands on its way to himself.
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They call him the Ropemaker, because so many pass through his hands to the Nile.
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As David moved forward, his mind was embarrassed by many impressions.
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Many had heard of David, a few had seen him, and now all eyed with inquisitive interest one who defied so many of the customs of his countrymen; who kept on his hat; who used a Mahommedan salutation like a true believer; whom the Effendina honoured-and presently honoured in an unusual degree by seating him at table opposite himself, where his Chief Chamberlain was used to sit.
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It is fortunate for thee that the tribute is from thy hand to my hand, and not through many others to mine.
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He was seldom without the string of beads so many Orientals love to carry, and, Armenian Christian as he was, the act seemed almost religious.
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Do you realise how many times others have been trapped by him as was I?
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I know little of the English, though I know them humane and honest; but my brother, Foorgat Bey, he was much among them, lived much in England, was a friend to many great English.
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I will learn of thee, Saadat, and thou shalt learn of me also many things which I know.
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Have there not been many, Effendina?
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In how many ways had it not been shown!
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By instinct the man was a Mahdi, by heredity he was a voluptuary, that strange commingling of the religious and the evil found in so many criminals.
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How many slaves and retainers waited behind those velvet curtains?
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Else, how many of thy dupes shall die!
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Lacey was a good swimmer, but he was heavy, and David was a better, but Mahommed had proved his merit in the past on many an occasion when the laws of the river were reaching out strong hands for him.
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Behold, I would die, but that I have a sister there these many years, and her sick soul lives in loneliness.
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There, once a year, one caravan comes, and, at the outskirts of the place unclean, leaves food and needful things for another year, and returns again to Egypt after many days.
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Can it be denied, but that the going of a few sober Persons, tho' but once a Year, to see a Play, that they think less offensive and dangerous, does encourage many others to go frequently to Plays, and to those that are more abominably loose and prophane; who might never go at all to them, if none frequented them but such as were entirely abandoned to Shame as well as Vice? VII.
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Can modest and prudent Christians think, that the Opinion of the General Councils, Primitive Fathers, and so many wise and good Men in the several Ages of the Church, who have condemned the going to Plays as unlawful, and as a renouncing the Baptismal Engagements, doth not deserve great regard?
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Examples of Many

Example #1
FOR HIS SOUL'S SAKE AND THE LAND'S SAKE IX.
Example #2
V. THE WIDER WAY VI.
Example #3
Of Benn Claridge Prince Kaid had scarcely even heard until he died; and, indeed, it was only within the past few years that the Quaker merchant had extended his business to Egypt and had made his headquarters at Assiout, up the river.
Example #4
Perhaps because David wore his hat always and the long coat with high collar like a Turk, or because Prince Kaid was an acute judge of human nature, and also because honesty was a thing he greatly desired-in others-and never found near his own person; however it was, he had set David high in his esteem at once.
Example #5
The Old Muslin I call him, because he's so diaphanous.
Example #6
David turned to go, and Lacey added: "I'm waiting for a pasha who's taking toll of the officers inside there -Achmet Pasha.