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numberless

[ nuhm-ber-lis ]
/ ˈnʌm bər lɪs /
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adjective
so great in number that no numerically expressed amount is reasonable or possible; innumerable; countless; myriad.
without any numerals or numbers: This account used to allow numberless passwords, but access now requires a password that includes at least one numeral.
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Origin of numberless

First recorded in 1565–75; number + -less
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British Dictionary definitions for numberless

numberless
/ (ˈnʌmbəlɪs) /

adjective
too many to be counted; countless
not containing or consisting of numbers

Derived forms of numberless

numberlessly, adverbnumberlessness, noun
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