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Much

Antonyms for much:

dearth, want, little, lack.

Synonyms for much:

Sense 1

many, clump, billion, ton, swath, thrice, considerably, thousand, torrent, volley, unspeakably, gazillion, zillion, host, hunk, million, vastly, tidal wave, profusely, ocean, dollop, extremely, infinity, trillion, panoply, umpteen, slather, proliferation, ream.

Sense 2

frequency, material, plurality, temporal, score, irregularity, asynchronous.

Sense 3

basis, rate, twice, length.

Sense 4

far, irregular, quite.

Sense 6

measure.

Sense 8

time.

Sense 11

long.

a great deal

heap, world, sight, mass, power, mountain, lot, barrel, abundance, pile, wealth, plenty, pack, profusion, a great deal.

a lot

deal, a lot.

considerable

good, pretty, substantial.

great

not a little.

mass

oodles.

very much

like anythingorblazesorcrazy etc., very much.

important (adjective)

considerable.

plenty (adjective)

full, considerable, many, scads, substantial.

awfully (adverb)

very much, extremely.

extremely (adverb)

very.

greatly, a lot (adverb)

considerably, often, hugely, over and over, again and again, eminently, oft, repeatedly, extremely, frequently, a great deal, surpassingly, very, exceedingly.

heavily (adverb)

substantially.

nearly (adverb)

nearly.

almost (adverb)

well-nigh, all but.

awfully (adverb)

hugely.

frequently (adverb)

often, oft, oftentimes, ofttimes, over and over.

immensely (adverb)

vastly.

nearly (adverb)

approximately.

over and over again (adverb)

repeatedly.

Sense 2 (noun)

frequency, long, length, rate, full, irregularity, basis, time, irregular, substantial, many.

Sense 3 (noun)

greatly, extremely, particularly, really, very.

a great deal (noun)

big, lots, power, abundance, pile, lot, barrel, world, pack, multiplicity, volume, mess, profusion, plenty, mountain, sight, mass, oodles, peck, wealth, a lot, heap, very much.

Usage examples for much:

  • " I was not sure how much you wanted me to know," he said. - "Youth and the Bright Medusa", Willa Cather.
  • Would it take much time? - "The Unspeakable Perk", Samuel Hopkins Adams.
  • Don't look like much. - "Ride Proud, Rebel!", Andre Alice Norton.

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