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Too many to be counted; innumerable. See Synonyms at incalculable.

count′less·ly adv.
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in a countless manner
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Ask most people about their understanding of the word itself, and they will immediately start describing what's countlessly represented in movies and magazine shoots.
This is a serious political blunder and pure embracement for the tyrannical system which the armed opposition countlessly vows to reform.
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It all boils down to what doctors have countlessly said throughout the years: Prevention is better than cure.
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After being countlessly reorganised and rebranded, local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are on their knees, with waiting lists growing exponentially.