Origin of numerous
Examples from the Web for numerously
He had a Hanoverian missionary, nine tribes were under him, and the schools were numerously attended.The Personal Life Of David Livingstone|William Garden Blaikie
Among the spiders (a numerously represented order) the most notable is a bird-killing species, Selene scomia javanensis.
On the morrow, the early celebration in the chapel was numerously attended.Lothair|Benjamin Disraeli
It was evident that the creek had been numerously frequented by the natives, although no recent traces of them could be found.
Petitions came in afterwards, numerously signed, and were intended to have the force of a sort of ante-election vote.
British Dictionary definitions for numerously
Word Origin and History for numerously
early 15c., from Latin numerosus "numerous," from numerus "a number" (see number (n.)). Related: Numerosity.