mass


mass
mass 1 n: an aggregation of usu. similar things (as assets in a succession) considered as a whole
mass 2 adj: participated in by or affecting a large number of individuals
mass insurance underwriting
mass tort litigation

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

mass
I (body of persons) noun aggregate, assemblage, body, cluster, congregation, crowd, drove, flock, gathering, host, mob, multitude, multitudo, phalanx, plurality, swarm, throng, vulgus associated concepts: mass market, mass picketing II (weight) noun amplitude, bigness, body, bulk, density, dimension, extent, fullness, gauge, greatness, immensity, largeness, magnitude, measure, measurement, sizableness, size III index accumulate (amass), agglomeration, aggregate (noun), aggregate (verb), amount (quantity), assemblage, assembly, body (collection), bulk, caliber (measurement), chamber (body), cohere (adhere), collect (gather), collection (accumulation), compile, concentrate (consolidate), conglomerate, conglomeration, congregate, congregation, conjoin, consolidate (strengthen), corpus, cumulation, desegregate, entirety, generality (bulk), hoard, join (bring together), load, majority (greater part), materiality (physical existence), measurement, meet, quantity, selection (collection), store, totality, unite, weight (burden)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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