Definition of innumerable in English:


Syllabification: in·nu·mer·a·ble
Pronunciation: /iˈn(y)o͞om(ə)rəb(ə)l


Too many to be counted (often used hyperbolically): innumerable flags of all colors
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  • But there is still a reminder of innumerable court cases in the imposing oak bench in court number five.
  • My mother used to tell me a story about a young woman whose chief domestic duty was cooking for her innumerable brothers.
  • I sat surrounded by flowers and portraits and innumerable tributes to him.
countless, untold, legion, without number, numberless, unnumbered, multitudinous, incalculable, limitless
informal umpteen, a slew of, no end of, loads of, stacks of, heaps of, masses of, oodles of, zillions of, gazillions of, bajillions of
literary myriad


Middle English: from Latin innumerabilis, from in- 'not' + numerabilis (see numerable).



Pronunciation: /iˌn(y)o͞omərəˈbilitē/
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  • Daniel emphasized the innumerability of the angelic beings that attend the God of heaven and so does John.
  • One can't help feeling grateful to be reminded of the innumerability of life's details, and the urgency of its dilemmas.


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  • I know there are innumerably more adventurous routes that trace their way by gully and buttress, ridge and groove up the massive north-east face of the Ben.
  • As such, those who made up the freshmen and sophomore class of the spring 2004 market week in New York City contributed in innumerably positive ways to it an overwhelming success.
  • All of these dedicated persons helped the membership, their profession, and me innumerably.

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