What Is Another Way to Say “Vast Majority”?

Looking for synonyms for vast majority? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say vast majority.

  • Overwhelming majority
  • Great majority
  • Large majority
  • Substantial majority
  • Significant majority
  • Huge majority
  • Immense majority
  • Extensive majority
  • Predominant part
  • Dominant part
  • Main bulk
  • Lion’s share
  • Bulk
  • Most part
  • Greater part

Want to learn how to say vast majority professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Overwhelming Majority

Appropriate for situations where the proportion is exceptionally high, suggesting near unanimity.
Example: “An overwhelming majority of the committee voted in favor of the new corporate policy.”

2. Great Majority

Used when a significant, but not necessarily overwhelming, portion agrees or is involved.
Example: “The great majority of employees have agreed to the proposed changes in the health benefits plan.”

3. Large Majority

Suitable for contexts where a sizable portion is involved, but there’s room for a notable minority.
Example: “A large majority of shareholders supported the merger during the annual general meeting.”

4. Substantial Majority

Ideal for situations where the majority is large enough to be noteworthy but not necessarily vast.
Example: “A substantial majority of the board members favored the new strategic direction.”

5. Significant Majority

Appropriate when the majority is notable or has a meaningful impact.
Example: “A significant majority of the staff participated in the professional development program.”

6. Huge Majority

Used for an impressively large majority, often in more informal contexts.
Example: “A huge majority of the team voted for adopting the new project management software.”

7. Immense Majority

Applicable in scenarios where the majority is not only large but also impactful.
Example: “An immense majority of the participants rated the conference as highly valuable.”

8. Extensive Majority

Suitable for cases where the majority is large and covers a wide range.
Example: “An extensive majority of the network’s users have upgraded to the latest security patch.”

9. Predominant Part

Used when a part is not only a majority but also the most influential or significant.
Example: “The predominant part of our budget is allocated to research and development.”

10. Dominant Part

Appropriate when the majority is not only larger in number but also in influence or power.
Example: “The dominant part of the market share is held by our company.”

11. Main Bulk

Used to refer to the majority as the main or largest portion.
Example: “The main bulk of our profits comes from our flagship product line.”

12. Lion’s Share

Ideal for a situation where the majority is so large it is comparable to having almost everything.
Example: “Our department received the lion’s share of the budget for the fiscal year.”

13. Bulk

Suitable for referring to the largest part or majority in a general sense.
Example: “The bulk of the evidence presented was in favor of the defendant.”

14. Most Part

Used in contexts where ‘most’ suffices to describe the majority.
Example: “For the most part, our clients are satisfied with our services.”

15. Greater Part

Appropriate for instances where the majority is significant but not necessarily overwhelming.
Example: “The greater part of the day was spent in strategic planning sessions.”

Linda Brown