Lot [noun]

Definition of Lot:

piece of property

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Sentence/Example of Lot:

There will undoubtedly be lots of changes, but as of press time, here’s a glimpse at some of the cinematic delights waiting for LGBTQ audiences.

So both of these companies may lose a lot of their overseas exposure.

I think this year has been unprecedented in a lot of ways, and when things are very different than what they have been, people are fearful.

If you’ve got a lot of that going for you, then striking oil can be a blessing.

“It helped me a lot having to run for a while,” Davies said.

There’s not a lot of precedent for curriculum guidance from the Oval Office.

So you are really stitching together a lot of different solutions.

I remember you and I bailing on lots of stuff at trailheads during those years.

It’s done by a very soothing Australian narrator and we used it a lot at bedtime.

So, another way to operate is more loosely coupled, where lots of different departments are doing different things.