number[ nuhm-ber ]SEE DEFINITION OF number
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NUMBER
You have changed a number of spoken words into a number of pothooks and scrawls.
Heard a number of natives cooeying above our camp, but did not see them.
I suppose there are a number of girls here, although it's early.
Our nation is in number more than half that of the British Isles.
We have saved a number of countries from losing their liberty.
Some declared it impossible any house in that square should hold the number invited.
He then went on to give a number of examples in point, of which we select a few.
The first number of which will be issued under date of April 2.
Rib roasts should be bought by designating the number of ribs.
I happen to know one of our number who can write a very enviable hand.