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Oct 5, 2007
This week's theme
Miscellaneous words

This week's words
deleterious
oligarchy
moliminous
lugubrious
multeity

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multeity

multeity (MUL-tee-i-tee) noun

Multiplicity.

[From Latin multus (much, many).]

"When the whole and the parts are seen at once, as mutually producing and explaining each other, as unity in multeity, there results shapeliness."
Samuel Taylor Coleridge; 1821.

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They deem him their worst enemy who tells them the truth. -Plato, philosopher (427-347 BCE)

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