The Word is:”many”

many

/ˈmɛni/
determiner, pronoun, & adjective
determiner: many; pronoun: many; adjective: many; comparative adjective: more; superlative adjective: most

1. a large number of.
“many people agreed with her”

synonyms: numerous, a great/good deal of, a lot of, a large/great number of, great quantities of,
plenty of, countless, innumerable, scores of, crowds of, droves of, an army of, a horde of, a multitude of, a multiplicity of, multitudinous, numberless, multiple, untold; several, various, sundry, diverse, assorted, multifarious;
copious, abundant, profuse, an abundance of, a profusion of;
frequent; informal lots of, umpteen, eleventy, loads of, masses of, stacks of, scads of, heaps of, piles of, bags of, tons of, oodles of, dozens of, hundreds of, thousands of, millions of, billions of, zillions of, more … than one can shake a stick at; informal shedload; informal a slew of, gazillions of, bazillions of, gobs of; informal a swag of; vulgar slanga shitload of; literarymyriad, divers
“he has many faults”

antonyms:few

noun

plural noun: many

1. the majority of people.
“music for the many”

synonyms: the people, the common people, the masses, the multitude, the majority, the
populace, the public, the rank and file, the crowd, the commonalty, the commonality; derogatorythe hoi polloi, the common herd, the mob, the proletariat, the rabble, the riff-raff, the great unwashed, the canaille, the proles, the plebs
“sacrificing the individual for the sake of the many”

antonyms: aristocracy

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