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a good (or great) many

Definition of a good or great many in English:

A large number: a good many of us
More example sentences
  • Johnson then went on to echo the thoughts of a great many at the time, even if their celebrations have proven a tad premature.
  • Some people may indeed be educated but a great many more will be excited while others will be frightened and disturbed.
  • I am sure that a great many of Wiltshire's citizens would be interested to hear if any positive action is to be taken.
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