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countless

adjective count·less \ˈkant-ləs\

: too many to be counted : very many

Full Definition of COUNTLESS

:  too numerous to be counted :  myriad, many
count·less·ly adverb

Examples of COUNTLESS

  1. There are countless reasons why that would not be a good idea.
  2. I've been there countless times.

First Known Use of COUNTLESS

1588
COUNTLESS Defined for Kids

countless

adjective count·less \ˈkant-ləs\

Definition of COUNTLESS for Kids

:  too many to be counted <countless grains of sand>

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