- There is a welter of information on the subject.
- We are reducing the company's welter of development projects and will streamline sales and marketing.
- patients with a welter of confusing symptoms.
- the welter of publicity that followed his engagement.
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■ a welter of something: a large and confusing amount or number of something.
■ a large and especially badly organised number of things.
■ A welter of something is a large quantity of it which occurs suddenly or in a confusing way.
... LDOCE, CALD, Cobuild