lot

Part of speech: verb

To divide or draw by lot; allot; apportion.

Part of speech: noun

Something to be taken by chance as a means of decision; chance; fortune; share.

Part of speech: noun

A parcel of land.

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Usage examples "lot":

  1. " A lot of things'll happen before then," said Hardy. - "At Sunwich Port, Complete", W.W. Jacobs.
  2. It will do Master Teddy a whole lot of good." - "The-Circus-Boys-Across-the-Continent-or-Winning-New-Laurels-on-the-Tanbark", Darlington, Edgar B. P..
  3. There were a lot of them when I got here and I've been watching their line. - "The Jonathan Papers", Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris.