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Definitions of lot:

part of speech: verb transitive

To separate into lots; assign.

part of speech: verb transitive

To allot: to separate into lots: to catalogue:- pr. p. lotting; pa. p. lotted.

part of speech: noun

Fortune; fate; as, the lot of man; portion or parcel, especially a plot of land; a share; method of deciding questions by drawing numbers, blocks, dice, etc.; as, to choose by; lot; one of the objects so drawn; colloquially, a great quantity.

part of speech: noun

That which falls to any one as his fortune; fate; fortune; chance; anything used in determining chances, as to cast or draw lots; a parcel; a piece or division of land; in familiar language, collection, as, they are a sorry lot; abundance, as, we have a lot of money.

part of speech: verb

To sort in lots; to catalogue.

part of speech: noun

One's fate in the future: that which falls to any one as his fortune: that which decides by chance: a separate portion.

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