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n.1.State of being innumerable.
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(11.533-42) The (indeed commonplace) similes of stars and grains of sand standing for innumerability here hint at the futility of collecting, for there would be no end to it.
The practice of listing simultaneously values and admires the infinity and innumerability of the universe, and tries to capture and tame it.
(91) Rahden at 732 ("Knowledge is the falsification of diversity and innumerability in that it renders them as identical, similar and countable.").