Synonyms for Host:
n.much, a load of/loads of something, pile, quite a few, a lot/lots, mistress, entertainer, master, quantity, hostess, all manner of something, a good/great deal of something, abundance. Edi, connect up, Extranet, client-server, database server, proprietor, ethernet, owner, account name, manager, end system, colocation, command. disaster area, cradle, aerie, destination, gathering, cattle auction, dust trap, anchorage, dumping ground, dodge city, center of excellence. chalice, collar, biretta, crucifix, dog collar, altar, animal, Easter Egg, organism, collection plate, cross, cassock. communion, sacrament, correspondent, eucharist, wafer, commentator, anchorman, broadcaster, dj, announcer, anchorwoman, grip, anchor. edit out, front, cloud, score, bleep out, big, bring in, hand back, go on (the) TV/radio, get on, ruck, edit. prepare, set up, orchestrate, stage, convene, choreograph, organize, hold, plan, arrange. have in, entertain, I'll hold you to that, have round, have, have over, catering, disinvite, ask. hook up, chat, facebook, dial-up, download, maintain, browse, flame, bookmark. •amount (noun)
crowd, coterie, coalition, cell, junta, troop, clique, herd, fellowship, outfit, detail, bevy, nest, assemblage, colony, team, society, posse, flock, brigade, complement, phalanx, litter, drove, bunch, tribe, wing, sect, hive, cabal, body, pack, school, crew, retinue, collection, circle, party, set, caucus, fraternity, band, division, club, aggregation, string, platoon, cadre, ring, covey, league, army, company, force, fleet, squad, battalion, group, union, gang, troupe, mob, clan, faction, assembly, regiment, staff, detachment.
innkeeper, emcee, master of ceremonies, server, legion, horde.
•large group (noun)
flock, crowd, army, drove, horde, legion, throng, cloud, score, gathering, multitude.
•master of ceremonies (noun)
bourgeoisie, people, rabble, peasantry, legion, masses, multitude, countryman, public, throng, horde, mass, commoner, populace, bourgeois, countrywoman, great unwashed, proletariat.
•person who entertains, performs (noun)
proprietor, owner, innkeeper, anchor, manager, emcee, entertainer.
meet, converse, hob-nob, talk, gather, socialize, befriend, join, attend.
Cryptosporidium, facebook, partygoer, party animal, invitee, hostess, socialite, man-about-town, guest of honor, announcer. entertain, browse, ruck, dial-up, hookworm, chat. bookmark, hook up, download. maintain. score, cloud. •biscuit