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innumerable

[ ih-noo-mer-uh-buhl, ih-nyoo- ]
/ ɪˈnu mər ə bəl, ɪˈnyu- /
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adjective
very numerous.
incapable of being counted; countless.
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Also in·nu·mer·ous [ih-noo-mer-uhs, ih-nyoo-] /ɪˈnu mər əs, ɪˈnyu-/ .

Origin of innumerable

1300–50; Middle English, from Latin innumerābilis “countless, innumerable,” equivalent to in-in-3 + numerābilis “that can be counted or numbered” (numerā(re) “to count” + -bilis-ble)

synonym study for innumerable

1. See many.

OTHER WORDS FROM innumerable

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH innumerable

1. enumerable, innumerable 2. innumerable , innumerate
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How to use innumerable in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for innumerable

innumerable

innumerous

/ (ɪˈnjuːmərəbəl, ɪˈnjuːmrəbəl) /

adjective
so many as to be uncountable; extremely numerous

Derived forms of innumerable

innumerability or innumerableness, nouninnumerably, adverb
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