[ih-noo-mer-uh-buh l or ih-noo-mer-uh s; ih-nyoo-]
- very numerous.
- incapable of being counted; countless.
Origin of innumerable
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1. See many. 2. numberless.
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Examples from the Web for innumerable
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Now come fearful auguries, innumerable as the drops of rain.Beneath an Umbrella (From "Twice Told Tales")
Nevertheless doubts remained, innumerable and not to be surmounted.
The banners, in particular, abounded, as innumerable as the leaves of trees.
I could hear nothing at my back but the singing of innumerable birds.The Cavalier
George Washington Cable
False hopes had wasted a good half day and innumerable foot-pounds.The Forest
Stewart Edward White
- so many as to be uncountable; extremely numerous
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Word Origin and History for innumerable
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