NounAmount (plural Amounts)
- The total, aggregate or sum of material. Not applicable to discrete numbers or units or items.
- A quantity or volume.
Adjectives for Amount
sufficient; excessive; stipulated; immense; cumulative; dangerous; exhausting; vast; exorbitant; fabulous; incredible; gigantic; indecent; unreasonable; prodigious; unprecedented; fantastic; appalling; colossal; ruinous; incalculable; goodly; sizable; average; traditional; stated; strategic; proportionate; lucrative; harmonious; comfortable; infinite; negligible; inexhaustible; inadequate; moderate; insignificant; undue; maximum; requisite; definite; appreciable; trifling; minimum; perceptible; preponderant; staggering; unheard-of.
Verbs for Amount
aggregate; anticipate; calculate; compute; diminish; discount; estimate; expend; forecast; gauge; indicate; magnify; register; sum up; total; view; withdraw; dwindles; exceeds; recedes; reverts; rises.
Adverbs for Amount
collectively; sufficiently; excessively; immensely; cumulatively; dangerously; exhaustingly; vastly; exorbitantly; fabulously; incredibly; gigantically; indecently; unreasonably; prodigiously; unprecedently; fantastically; appallingly; colossally; ruinously; incalculably; sizably; proportionately; lucratively; harmoniously; infinitely; comfortably; inexhaustibly; moderately; insignificantly; definitely; appreciably; perceptibly; staggeringly.
account; add up; add up to; aggregate; amount to; amplitude; approach; batch; become; body; box score; budget; bulk; bunch; burden; caliber; cast; charge; chunk; clutch; come; come up to; compass; comprehend; comprise; core; correspond to; cost; count; cut; damage; deal; degree; difference; dose; embody; entirety; equal; expanse; expenditure; expense; extent; figure; force; gob; grade; grand total; gross amount; group; heap; height; hint; hunk; imply; include; incorporate; interval; intimate; large amount; leap; level; lot; magnitude; mark; mass; match; matter; measure; measurement; mess; notch; nuance; number; numbers; pack; parcel; part; partake of; pas; peg; period; pitch; plane; plateau; point; portion; price; price tag; product; proportion; purport; quantity; quantum; range; rate; ratio; ration; reach; reckoning; remove; rival; round; run into; rung; scale; scope; score; sense; shade; shadow; short; small amount; space; stair; standard; step; stint; strength; substance; subsume; suggest; sum; sum and substance; sum total; summation; supply; tab; tale; tally; the amount; the bottom line; the story; the whole story; thrust; total; touch; tread; upshot; volume; whole; whole amount; x number
From Middle English amounten (“to mount up to, come up to, signify”) < Old French amounter (“to amount to”) < amunt, amont (“uphill, upward”), prop. prep. phr. a mont (“toward or to a mountain or heap”) < Latin ad montem < ad (“to”) + montem, accusative of mons (“mountain”).