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adjective as in many, infinite

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Instead, during the 15-second exposure, the camera only picked up, and subsequently froze, the light trails, leaving a shot of innumerable green and purple ribbons snaking through a field of stars.

Sited near the dispiriting, boxy and functional architecture of Crystal City, home to trade associations with bland names and innumerable defense contractors, the Helix looks flashy.

Gaur is himself a member of Hind Rakshak, one of an innumerable number of Hindu outfits affiliated with the BJP.

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While the number of SEO myths out there are innumerable, I will nail down the four that I come across most often.

The works were a form of reparations, she argued, for the innumerable works Germany had destroyed or stolen from the Soviet Union during the war.

There are innumerable statements and wishes: “Fuck the police!”

Despite their quandaries, the new season has the characters evolving in innumerable ways—and all in their most appropriate attire.

Innumerable mothers and children were torn apart, and many of them are still looking for each other even now.

Of innumerable hopefuls, 20 remain in competition for what is known as the Friskies.

When after innumerable complaints a tender for the job was finally issued, Seaman failed to qualify.

Of course, my first row was a long one, quite through the city from west to east, including innumerable turnings and windings.

He was continually presenting innumerable imaginary fivers to little people.

Twenty minutes jogging brought us into a stretch of rough country, a series of knobs and ridges cut by innumerable coulées.

The sea itself was covered with innumerable dead butterflies and moths, which had been carried out to sea by the storm.

The brazen roar of the cannon is mingled with the intermittent rattle of innumerable machine guns.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to innumerable, such as: countless, myriad, numerous, untold, alive with, and beyond number.

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