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Slew— noun, mean­ing a large num­ber. Comes from Old Ir­ish

sluag mean­ing a throng or many. The word ac­tu­ally has many ho­mo­graphs such as slew, mean­ing past tense of the verb slay, and slough, mean­ing swamp.

Ex­am­ple of use: I just got a slew of car­rots from my gar­den.

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