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.
Our nation is in number more than half that of the British Isles.
I suppose there are a number of girls here, although it's early.
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.
Coconut for this purpose may be secured in a number of forms.