1. plurality

noun. ['plɝˈælɪti'] (in an election with more than 2 options) the number of votes for the candidate or party receiving the greatest number (but less that half of the votes).


  • relative majority


  • clergy
  • unpack

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Rhymes with Plurality

  • heterosexuality
  • constitutionality
  • instrumentality
  • proportionality
  • sentimentality
  • individuality
  • conditionality
  • principality
  • impartiality
  • functionality
  • technicality
  • punctuality
  • mutuality
  • materiality
  • eventuality
  • cyclicality
  • criminality
  • collegiality
  • speciality
  • seasonality
  • rationality
  • personality
  • originality
  • nationality
  • informality
  • immortality
  • mentality
  • illegality
  • centrality
  • brutality

Sentences with plurality

1. Noun, singular or mass
If you get the most votes but less than the majority, you have instead won a plurality.

Quotes about plurality

1. In order to survive, a plurality of true communities would require not egalitarianism and tolerance but knowledge, an understanding of the necessity of local differences, and respect. Respect, I think, always implies imagination - the ability to see one another, across our inevitable differences, as living souls. (pg. 181, Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community)
- Wendell Berry, The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays

2. I will tell you why I became a philosopher. I became a philosopher because I wanted to be able to talk about many, many things, ideally with knowledge, but sometimes not quite the amount of knowledge that I would need if I were to be a specialist in them. It allows you to be many different things. And plurality and complexity are very, very important to me.
- Alexander Nehamas

2. plurality

noun. ['plɝˈælɪti'] a large indefinite number.


  • large indefinite quantity
  • large number
  • large indefinite amount
  • multitude
  • pack


  • disarrange
  • decompress
  • lack
  • imperfection

3. plurality

noun. ['plɝˈælɪti'] the state of being plural.


  • nonexistence