numerous[ noo-mer-uh s, nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF numerous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NUMEROUS
Her father rode by her side, and a numerous train of attendants followed.
Numerous lamps were lighted in the trees, making the gardens bright as noon.
She had always paid him generously for the numerous errands he had run for her.
It is also much used as a basis for numerous other dressings.
But of all classes of foreigners the Irish are by far the most numerous.
But of all these numerous occasions the most ignominious was shortly after the affair with the Grizzly.
Boabdil el Chico had taken the field, at the head of a numerous army.
Upon these, the deer were grazing leisurely, like cattle, in numerous herds.
The furniture and accessories of the altar in pre-Reformation times were numerous.
They were journeys of curiosity to the numerous churches in the City of London.