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lots

adv. (context colloquial English) a great deal; greatly; very much; tons; loads; a lot. n. 1 (plural of lot English)Category:English plurals 2 (context colloquial English) a lot; a great deal; tons; loads.

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lots

n. a large number or amount; "made lots of new friends"; "she amassed a mountain of newspapers" [syn: tons, dozens, heaps, mountain, piles, scores, stacks, loads, rafts, slews, wads, oodles, gobs, scads, lashings]

Usage examples of "lots".

And Memorial is a teaching hospital, so there are always lots of interns around.

He washed them down with mug after tin mug of corrosive coffee partly tamed by lots of cream and sugar.

Lately, lots of hungry black sharecroppers had come into Augusta from the nearby cotton farms and cornfields.

All he knew about them was that they wanted to have lots of wives and they hated the U.

He could have thought of lots of things that would have done more for his confidence in the good habits of other drivers.

To him doctors were upper-class people who made lots of money and had good lives.

I tried to spend lots of time with Rebecca, but I also enjoyed being single.

All of a sudden, lots of women became available to me in a way that I could never conceive of a few years before.

I could fuck her ten times and it was wonderful and she came lots of times.

It was a marriage where I think I would have bailed out lots of times except for the fact that we had a kid.

When I was in a general practice, I spent lots of time working with trivial kinds of decisions.

So I had a really bad internship year, lots of trouble, lots of complaints.

There are lots of physicians on this staff who treat only wealthy people.

It was maybe two and a half inches thick, lots of tumor mass, and it was breaking down and ulcerating.

Next came pain, but not so much pain as the distant warning that there would be pain, and lots of it.