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Many a

  • adjective satellite each of a large indefinite number
    many an; many a.
    • many a man
    • many another day will come
WordNet
  • a large number taken distributively; each one of many. "For thy sake have I shed many a tear." Shak. "Full many a gem of purest ray serene." Gray.
Webster 1913

many an

  • adjective satellite each of a large indefinite number
    many an; many a.
    • many a man
    • many another day will come
WordNet

many another

  • adjective satellite each of a large indefinite number
    many an; many a.
    • many a man
    • many another day will come
WordNet

Many one

  • many a one; many persons. BK. of Com. Prayer.
Webster 1913

many-chambered

  • adjective satellite having many chambers
WordNet

many-lobed

  • adjective satellite having many lobes
WordNet

many-minded

Ma"ny-mind`ed adjective
Definitions
  1. Having many faculties; versatile; many-sided.
Webster 1913

many-sided

  • adjective having many parts or sides
    multilateral.
  • adjective satellite having many aspects
    miscellaneous; multifarious; multifaceted.
    • a many-sided subject
    • a multifaceted undertaking
    • multifarious interests
    • the multifarious noise of a great city
    • a miscellaneous crowd
  • adjective satellite full of variety or interest
    • a many-sided personality
WordNet
Ma"ny-sid`ed adjective
Definitions
  1. Having many sides; -- said of figures. Hence, presenting many questions or subjects for consideration; as, a many-sided topic.
  2. Interested in, and having an aptitude for, many unlike pursuits or objects of attention; versatile. -- Ma"ny-sid`ed*ness, n.
Webster 1913

The many

  • the majority; opposed to the few. See Many, n.
Webster 1913

Too many

  • too numerous; hence, too powerful; as, they are too many for us.
Webster 1913

Too many irons in the fire

  • too many objects requiring the attention at once.
Webster 1913

"Rowling never met an adverb she didn't like."

-Stephen King on J.K Rowling's excessive use of adverbs.

Fear not the Adverb Hell!

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