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uncounted

uncounted

adjective un·count·ed \-ˈkan-təd\

: not counted

: too many to be counted

Full Definition of UNCOUNTED

1
:  not counted

Examples of UNCOUNTED

  1. They spent uncounted hours on the project.
  2. <gazed in wonder at the uncounted stars of the sky>

First Known Use of UNCOUNTED

15th century

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