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Origin of innumerable
Examples from the Web for innumerable
Despite their quandaries, the new season has the characters evolving in innumerable ways—and all in their most appropriate attire.'Girls' Costume Designer Jenn Rogien Talks Season 3 Style|Erin Cunningham|January 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Innumerable mothers and children were torn apart, and many of them are still looking for each other even now.Dame Judi Dench on Playing the Inspiring Philomena|Dame Judi Dench|November 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Of innumerable hopefuls, 20 remain in competition for what is known as the Friskies.The Friskies Awards Aim to Find the Next Internet Cat Star October 15|Kelsey Meany|September 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When after innumerable complaints a tender for the job was finally issued, Seaman failed to qualify.Bullying Israeli Government Flack Sparks Diplomatic Row—Among Other Concerns|Noga Tarnopolsky|August 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
These are just a few of the innumerable examples from literature.‘A Sustained Sense of Violation’: When Bad House Guests Invade Literature|Matt Seidel|July 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So on they went once more, and after innumerable difficulties came again to the bank of the Lualaba.From Pole to Pole|Sven Anders Hedin
Robertson, say innumerable voices; Robertson, against the world.Hugh Miller|William Keith Leask
Flying in and out of the briar-thickets are innumerable white-throated sparrows fleeing from frozen Canada and the lake country.
The ancient constitutions repeatedly assert it, and it has received the subsequent sanction of innumerable Masonic authorities.The Principles of Masonic Law|Albert G. Mackey
He faintly heard what sounded like the distant sighing of innumerable treetops.A Voyage to Arcturus|David Lindsay
mid-14c., from Latin innumerabilis "countless, immeasurable," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + numerabilis "able to be numbered," from numerare "to count, number," from numerus "a number" (see number (n.)).