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  • 1 a thick soggy mass of fallen leaves
    pile, heap, stack, clump, cloud, bunch, bundle, lump;
    rare amassment
  • 2 a mass of cyclists
    large number, abundance, profusion, multitude, group, crowd, mob, rabble, horde, barrage, throng, huddle, host, troop, army, herd, flock, drove, swarm, pack, press, crush, mountain, flood
  • 3 the mass of people voted against
    majority, larger part/number, greater part/number, best/better part, major part, most, bulk, main body, preponderance, almost all, lion's share
  • 4 (the masses)
    the common people, the populace, the public, the people, the multitude, the rank and file, the crowd, the commonalty, the commonality, the third estate, the plebeians
    derogatory the hoi polloi, the mob, the proletariat, the common herd, the rabble, the riff-raff, the canaille, the great unwashed, the ragtag (and bobtail), the proles, the plebs
    [Antonyms] elite, oligarchy
  • 5 one tenth of the mass of the star
    weight, size, magnitude, bulk, dimensions, capacity, density, extent, scope, greatness, bigness, hugeness, amount, matter
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  • mass hysteria
    wholesale, universal, widespread, general, large-scale, extensive, pandemic
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  • both countries began massing troops in the region
    accumulate, assemble, amass, collect, gather, gather together, draw together, join together;
    [Antonyms] disperse, disband
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