Able to be counted.
- A cleverly packaged cocktail of elderly acting talent bring their numerable years of experience to the table to create a gentle, mature and engaging little story.
- I find this penalty charge to us, and other numerable people, to be a fraud.
- I protect this small burg from the likes of them, especially around this time, as the attacks grow ever-more numerable.
Mid 16th century: from Latin numerabilis, from numerare 'to number'.
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