Army and Host


Army noun - A large body of men and women organized for land warfare.
Usage example: In 218 b.c., Hannibal crossed the Alps with an army of 26,000 men and, most famously, a number of elephants
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Synonyms for Army

Host is a synonym for army in people topic. In some cases you can use "Host" instead a noun "Army", when it comes to topics like group, crowd, society, big. archaic substitute

Nearby Words: armed, arming


Host noun - A great number of persons or creatures massed together.
Usage example: a host of people of all faiths gathered in St. Peter's Square to see the Pope
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Synonyms for Host

Army is a synonym for host in crowd topic. You can use "Army" instead a noun "Host", if it concerns topics such as people, group, society, big. popular alternative

Nearby Words: hosted, hostess, hosting

How words are described

human human army human host
old old army old host
good good army good host
regular regular army regular host
Other adjectives: alien, proper, single, powerful, actual, entire, massive, huge, main, new, last, said.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Castle Perilous Once per Episode: At first, it was "an army/host of evil/crazed mob invades or attacks the castle".
  • Tabletop Game / Eclipse Phase Despite being host to an army of robots (some of which rip off your head and upload you into a computer) that the TITANs left behind, many people are still trying to scavenge from it.
  • However, she is one of the toughest opponents thanks to a development-card heavy strategy that often gets her largest army and a host of victory card points.
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Host or Army. 2016. Accessed August 08, 2022.
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