Definition of Quantity:

  1. The amount or number of a material or immaterial thing not usually estimated by spatial measurement.

  2. The perceived length of a vowel sound or syllable.

  3. The extent, size, or sum of countable or measurable discrete events, objects, or phenomenon, expressed as a numerical value.

  4. A value or component that may be expressed in numbers.

Synonyms of Quantity

Amount, Number, Total, Aggregate, Sum, Quota, Group, Size, Mass, Weight, Volume, Bulk, Load, Consignment, Expanse, Extent, Length, Area, Alexandrine, A mass of, A world of, Abundance, Accent, Accentuation, Accommodation, Account, Acres, Affluence, Aggregate, Amount, Amphibrach, Amphimacer, Ample sufficiency, Ampleness, Amplitude, Anacrusis, Anapest, Antispast, Armful, Army, Arsis, Avalanche, Bacchius, Bagful, Bags, Barometer, Barrelful, Barrels, Basketful, Batch, Beat, Bevy, Binful, Block, Bonanza, Bottleful, Bountifulness, Bountiousness, Bowlful, Box score, Budget, Bulk, Bumper crop, Bunch, Burden, Bushel, Cadence, Caesura, Canon, Capacity, Capful, Caseful, Cast, Catalexis, Check, Chloriamb, Chloriambus, Chunk, Clod, Cloud, Clump, Clutch, Clutter, Colon, Content, Copiousness, Cordage, Count, Counterpoint, Countlessness, Covey, Cretic, Criterion, Dactyl, Dactylic hexameter, Deal, Degree, Diaeresis, Difference, Dimeter, Dipody, Dochmiac, Dose, Elegiac, Elegiac couplet, Elegiac pentameter, Emphasis, Epitrite, Extent, Extravagance, Exuberance, Feminine caesura, Fertility, Flight, Flock, Flocks, Flood, Flow, Foison, Foot, Full measure, Full vowel, Fullness, Gauge, Generosity, Generousness, Gob, Gobs, Graduated scale, Great abundance, Great plenty, Group, Gush, Hail, Handful, Heap, Heptameter, Heptapody, Heroic couplet, Hexameter, Hexapody, Hive, Host, Hunk, Iamb, Iambic, Iambic pentameter, Ictus, Ionic, Jam, Jillion, Jingle, Kettleful, Landslide, Lapful, Large amount, Lavishness, Legion, Liberality, Liberalness, Lilt, Limit, Load, Loads, Loaf, Long vowel, Lot, Lots, Lump, Luxuriance, Many, Masculine caesura, Mass, Masses of, Maximum, Measure, Mess, Meter, Metrical accent, Metrical foot, Metrical group, Metrical unit, Metron, Million, Mob, Model, Molossus, Mora, More than enough, Mountain, Mouthful, Movement, Much, Muchness, Multitude, Myriad, Myriads, Nest, Norm, Nugget, Number, Numbers, Numerousness, Ocean, Oceans, Oodles, Opulence, Opulency, Outpouring, Overflow, Pack, Paeon, Parameter, Parcel, Part, Pat, Pattern, Peck, Pentameter, Pentapody, Period, Plenitude, Plenteousness, Plentifulness, Plenty, Plurality, Portion, Poundage, Prevalence, Proceleusmatic, Prodigality, Product, Productiveness, Profuseness, Profusion, Pyrrhic, Quantities, Quantum, Quite a few, Ration, Reading, Readout, Reckoning, Reduced vowel, Repleteness, Repletion, Rhythm, Rich harvest, Rich vein, Richness, Riot, Riotousness, Room, Rout, Ruck, Rule, Scads, Scale, Score, Scores, Sea, Shoal, Short vowel, Shower, Small amount, Space, Spate, Spondee, Sprung rhythm, Standard, Stowage, Stream, Stress, Substantiality, Substantialness, Sum, Summation, Superabundance, Superfluity, Swarm, Swing, Syzygy, Tale, Tally, Teemingness, Test, Tetrameter, Tetrapody, Tetraseme, The bottom line, The story, The whole story, Thesis, Thousand, Throng, Tidy sum, Tonnage, Tons, Total, Touchstone, Tribrach, Trillion, Trimeter, Tripody, Triseme, Trochee, Type, Value, Volume, Wad, Wealth, Weight, Whole, World, Worlds, Worlds of, X number, Yardstick

How to use Quantity in a sentence?

  1. In speech, this feature is reflected in phonological quantity.
  2. The overall quantity of your product should be a good baseline to let you know if you should have a sale or not.
  3. The quantity of eggs in my basket exceeds the quantity of slots in my egg cartons, so I will be forced to sell these leftover eggs separately instead of as a dozen.
  4. Jason began to re-use plastic silverware, because the quantity of his unused silverware was getting low, and Jason did not want to run out.
  5. The quantity and quality of the fruit can be controlled.
  6. Another important quantity is the clustering coefficient C of a vertex.

Meaning of Quantity & Quantity Definition