On the decayed tree-trunks, too, there are little white columns in numerable, with black heads as though they had been burnt.
By this he did not mean simply that all things were numerable, or that number belonged to them as a predicate.
Jack says in a letter that his beard "was not composed of hair, but hairs as straight and numerable as those in a cat's whiskers."
There were also commissions to purchase in numerable things, ranging from meerschaum pipes to fine flannel shirts.
All things are not coloured, or ponderable, or even extended; but all things are numerable.