any number of

idiom

: many different
The dish can be prepared in any number of ways.

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Recent Examples on the Web Each passing week without a sighting adds to suspicions the calf has fallen victim to predators, river currents, illness, or any number of hazards for young buffalo. Amy Beth Hanson and Mead Gruver, The Christian Science Monitor, 28 June 2024 For as unique as Kendrick, or any number of rappers who touched the stage tonight sound, there is no one quite like E-40. Paul A. Thompson, Pitchfork, 20 June 2024 And Jones could go on any number of far-right outlets to share his outlandish views. Jon Passantino, CNN, 14 June 2024 All those patients, however, had complained of back pain and more extensive neurological deficits than a bit of foot numbness — which can be due to any number of injuries and irritations to the bones, tendons, and nerves of the feet themselves. Tony Dajer, Discover Magazine, 13 June 2024 See all Example Sentences for any number of 

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“Any number of.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/any%20number%20of. Accessed 22 Jul. 2024.

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