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Noun
A great amount of something
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“The higher pine forests are matted beneath with masses of low huckleberry shrubs.”
Noun
The common people forming the mass of a population or citizenry
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“The social contract between the state and the public was a means of maintaining state and regime stability by appearing to appease the masses with attractive welfare policies.”
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The greater number or part from a given group or collection
Noun
A large crowd or mob of people
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Noun
Plural for an accumulation or pile of things
“He opened the suitcase and tipped its contents out on the floor of his bedroom, staring for a long time at a mass of books, documents, and fat envelopes.”
Noun
Plural for the majority of
“It is one thing to create masses of wealth in the hands of a few, and another to consult the general welfare of the mass of the population.”
Noun
Plural for the size of an object or body
“More time will be required for the diminished force to react against the ponderous mass of the vessel to restore it to an upright position.”
Noun
Plural for a large body or lump of matter with no definite shape
“The tumor came back. An ugly mass growing in plain view.”
Noun
Plural for a person or object's figure or form in general
“Although not huge, he had an air of the gentle giant about him, more in his nature than his physical mass.”
Noun
Plural for a celebration of the Christian Eucharist
“He celebrated his first Mass in the church where he was baptized and confirmed.”
Pronoun
A large or considerable amount
Pronoun
All people
Verb
To assemble or cause to assemble into a single body or mass
“Dark clouds would mass overhead, and there would be an ominous stillness, as if nature was holding its breath.”
Verb
To bring or assemble a group of people together
“They expected to mass an army of three hundred thousand men to throw bodily against the invaders and prevent their advance.”
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To bring a group together (for a common cause)
“By doing so, they expected to mass an army of three hundred thousand men to throw bodily against the invaders.”
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To gather or meet in a common location
“Conditions have changed since those days in the early 1950s, when a crowd would mass to hear his election speeches.”
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