[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 innumerous
Each Friday since 2011, the Damascus-based collective has posted a single video from one of its innumerous contributors.Syria’s Underground Film Club: Anonymous ‘Emergency Cinema,’ No Dead Bodies
June 29, 2014
High and low, the innumerous hum of insects vibrated on the air.Pharais and The Mountain Lovers
The spires of the grasses were washed in dew; the innumerous was as one green flower that had lain all night in the moonshine.The Divine Adventure etc. (Works vol. 4)
What can induce them in that route to go, In which innumerous before have gone, And died in misery poor and woe-begone?The Poetical Works of Henry Kirke White
Henry Kirke White
In that inundation of the light of heaven the stars paled, innumerous, like a silvery powder sprinkled by the moonshine.The Tour
- so many as to be uncountable; extremely numerous
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Word Origin and History for innumerous
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