View definitions for myriad
adjective as in innumerable
The truth is, in most investigations, there may be a myriad of small things going wrong, and “we never find out exactly what the issue is,” Danyluk says.
There are myriad other reasons to embrace the adventure dress.
Digging into environmental studies introduces young people to the myriad ways that our world’s interconnectedness threatens the future.
This protocol opens myriad opportunities for novel diagnostic tools and practical applications.
Anthropologists, psychologists and neuroscientists have all weighed in, so much so that the theories used to explain the purpose of rituals feel as myriad as the forms rituals have taken the world over.
Quotes like these suggest myriad reasons for respectable mainstream culture to write off Coffman as one more failed American.
I met the 38-year-old actor/filmmaker at a bar in Midtown Manhattan to discuss his myriad projects over some Scotch.
And the myriad permutations this takes when it percolates down to the level of pop culture are fascinating.
Sure there are a myriad of other dating apps out there, but Mixxxer is different.
Each month, a chosen theme colors the myriad events cramming the calendar.
Above, great standard electric lamps shed their white glare upon the eddying throng casting a myriad of grotesque shadows.
It was the color of her skin, without the glow, the myriad living tints that one may sometimes discover in vibrant flesh.
You are only an honest countryman wandering amid a crowd of courtiers—virtue in danger amid a myriad of vices.
The jongleurs sang new chansons; the ladies blazed in brighter silks and velvet; a myriad flambeaux flickered over all.
The carriage doors opened and a myriad ants swarmed to the various boats.
On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to myriad, such as: countless, endless, infinite, multiple, gobs, and variable.
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