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used in The House of Hades

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a very large number — typically of people or animals/insects on the move
  • Frank wasn't sure what scared him more: shaggy-cow monsters, hordes of restless ghosts, or going somewhere alone with Nico di Angelo.
    p. 124.1
  • Horatius, the Roman general, had single-handedly held off a horde of invaders, sacrificing himself on that bridge to keep the barbarians from crossing the Tiber.
    p. 145.7
  • The horde of arai wailed, flapping their leathery wings and stirring up clouds of blackness.
    p. 413.1
  • He gazed around him at the horde of monsters.
    p. 459.6
  • Suddenly the Doors of Death were in plain view—a freestanding rectangle of darkness at the top of the next heart-muscle hill, about a quarter mile away, surrounded by a horde of monsters so thick Percy could've walked on their heads all the way across.
    p. 462.1
  • Percy gazed at the endless horde of monsters.
    p. 467.0
  • Hordes of monsters stirred and jostled one another, but none of them came forward.
    p. 471.2
  • She was dimly aware of the army of monsters swirling around her, but after their initial roar of triumph, the horde had fallen silent.
    p. 516.8
  • A plume of bright-green gas billowed across the top of the monstrous horde like the spray from a poison riot hose.
    p. 524.4

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