Innumerability


Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal.

In`nu`mer`a`bil´i`ty


n.1.State of being innumerable.
References in periodicals archive ?
91) Rahden at 732 ("Knowledge is the falsification of diversity and innumerability in that it renders them as identical, similar and countable.
12 Despite this statement from God about the innumerability of His bounties, He has referred to all of them as being signs, proofs, and evidences of Himself and His boundless treasures.
For instance, Powers translates the clause grangs med pa zhes bya ba ni dpag tu med pa de nyid kyi phyir te, by "[they] are 'measureless' because of their innumerability.