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Diamonds, too, are found in southern India, and numerously so.
Other food crops are wheat, barley, and the soya bean, but these not numerously so.
Then the churches were few, but now all denominations have their own, and numerously.America, Volume IV (of 6)
The meeting was most numerously attended, and there was no opposition.Worcestershire in the Nineteenth Century
T. C. Turberville
The assembly was numerously attended, and opened tumultuously.Freaks of Fanaticism
early 15c., from Latin numerosus "numerous," from numerus "a number" (see number (n.)). Related: Numerosity.