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in·nu·mer·a·ble

 (ĭ-no͞o′mər-ə-bəl, ĭ-nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Too numerous to be counted; numberless. See Synonyms at incalculable.

[Middle English, from Latin innumerābilis : in-, not; see in-1 + numerābilis, countable; see numerable.]

in·nu′mer·a·ble·ness n.
in·nu′mer·a·bly adv.
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innumerable

(ɪˈnjuːmərəbəl; ɪˈnjuːmrəbəl) or

innumerous

adj
so many as to be uncountable; extremely numerous
inˌnumeraˈbility, inˈnumerableness n
inˈnumerably adv
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in•nu•mer•a•ble

(ɪˈnu mər ə bəl, ɪˈnyu-)

adj.
1. very numerous.
2. incapable of being counted; countless.
Sometimes, in•nu′mer•ous.
[1300–50; Middle English < Latin innumerābilis countless]
in•nu′mer•a•bly, adv.
syn: See many.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.innumerable - too numerous to be countedinnumerable - too numerous to be counted; "incalculable riches"; "countless hours"; "an infinite number of reasons"; "innumerable difficulties"; "the multitudinous seas"; "myriad stars"; "untold thousands"
incalculable - not capable of being computed or enumerated
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innumerable

adjective countless, many, numerous, infinite, myriad, untold, incalculable, numberless, unnumbered, multitudinous, beyond number He has invented innumerable excuses and told endless lies.
limited, numbered, finite, measurable, calculable, computable
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innumerable

adjective
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Translations
لا يُعَد، لا يُحْصى
nesčetný
utallig
lukematonrajaton
óteljandi, ótal
neskaitāms
pek çoksayısız

innumerable

[ɪˈnjuːmərəbl] ADJinnumerable
she drank innumerable cups of tease bebió innumerables tazas de té
there are innumerable reasonshay infinidad de razones
he helped us in innumerable waysnos ayudó de muy diversas maneras
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innumerable

[ɪˈnjuːmərəbəl] adjinnombrable
on innumerable occasions → à d'innombrables reprises, en d'innombrables occasions
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innumerable

adjunzählig
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innumerable

[ɪˈnjuːmrəbl] adjinnumerevole
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innumerable

(iˈnjuːmərəbl) adjective
too many to be counted; a great many. innumerable difficulties.
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References in classic literature ?
The vast plain was studded on the west with innumerable hills of conical shape, such as are seen north of the Arkansas River.
Innumerable children have been born into the cause; innumerable young people have married into it; innumerable old people have died out of it.
She dips her rim, She sinks, she founders in the mist; and still The stream flows on, and to the insatiate sea Hurries her white-wave flocks innumerable In never-ending tale.
The present draft, besides innumerable verbal alterations and improvements upon the original, is more carefully punctuated, and, the lines being indented, presents a more pleasing appearance, to the eye at least.
Nevertheless, such a conclusion, even if well founded, would be unsatisfactory, until it could be shown how the innumerable species inhabiting this world have been modified, so as to acquire that perfection of structure and coadaptation which most justly excites our admiration.
And as that famous great tierce is mystically carved in front, so the whale's vast plaited forehead forms innumerable strange devices for the emblematical adornment of his wondrous tun.
That must be the story of innumerable couples, and the pattern of life it offers has a homely grace.
The red fires died slowly down, within the Castle, and presently the shell grew nearly black outside; the angry glare that shone out through the broken arches and innumerable sashless windows, now, reproduced the aspect which the Castle must have borne in the old time when the French spoilers saw the monster bonfire which they had made there fading and spoiling toward extinction.
Inserted into the interstices of the huge stones which formed the pi-pi were large boughs of trees; hanging from the branches of which, and screened from the sun by their foliage, were innumerable little packages with leafy coverings, containing the meat of the numerous hogs which had been slain, done up in this manner to make it more accessible to the crowd.
A strange face may seem unpleasant or painful to him at this moment of sorrow; besides, what can I say to him now, when my heart fails me and my mouth feels dry at the mere sight of him?" Not one of the innumerable speeches addressed to the Emperor that he had composed in his imagination could he now recall.
I felt light, and hunger, and thirst, and darkness; innumerable sounds rang in my ears, and on all sides various scents saluted me; the only object that I could distinguish was the bright moon, and I fixed my eyes on that with pleasure.
A vast pulpy mass, furlongs in length and breadth, of a glancing cream-color, lay floating on the water, innumerable long arms radiating from its centre, and curling and twisting like a nest of anacondas, as if blindly to clutch at any hapless object within reach.