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Historically, most trials enrolled only males, resulting in uncounted—and likely uncountable—consequences for public health and medicine.

In spite of its lavish opera-house good looks, the room was once used for quite another industry, one that contributed to uncountable deaths.

The cycle of test-and-learn has yielded uncountable benefits this year and helped the industry evolve in double-time.

From Digiday

She was 73, a mother of 10 and grandmother of an “uncountable number.”

Thus, the shameful, bigoted neglect of HIV/AIDS for most of his term at an uncountable cost in human life.

Then there are roundabouts uncountable, and gymnasia abundant.

The airport was just as he had remembered it on the first day of his awakening—it now seemed uncountable ages in the past.

Just beneath the shallow plough of the peasant lie riches uncountable for the nation that shall bring them to the light of day.

Many great fortunes were made in the War itself; an uncountable number got started during the two decades following.

The number of scraggy waste places he swept clear, first and last, and built tight human dwellings upon, is almost uncountable.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to uncountable, such as: boundless, capricious, chancy, countless, enormous, and erratic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.