Definition of Multum

1. n. An extract of quassia licorice, fraudulently used by brewers in order to economize malt and hops.



Definition of Multum

1. an adulterant in brewing [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Multum

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multiwavelength
multiwavelengths
multiwavelets
multiway
multiweapon
multiweek
multiwell
multiwindow
multiword
multiyear
multizipper
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multum (current term)
multums
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Literary usage of Multum

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1. Classical Philology by University of Chicago press, JSTOR (Organization) (1906)
"Caesar's favorite position for multum when used as an adverb limiting a verb is at the ... 2, quod multum Caesar equitatu valebat. Other instances are Bell. ..."

2. Dictionary of national biography by Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee (1892)
"... 'tis said, hindered his father from many good works which he was naturally inclined to do' (Collections, ii. -1^, Oxf. Hist, Soc.) ' dignitatem multum ..."

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