Examples of innumerable in a Sentence
There are innumerable errors in the book.
our reasons to give thanks are as innumerable as the stars
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The Press Street mural, at the corner of Burgundy Street – this ever-changing mural has been painted, vandalized and blotted innumerable times over the years.
In a city that encompasses both Joseon-era castles and Samsung, the innumerable plastic surgery clinics of Gangnam and traditional hanok houses of Bukchon Village, the food is just as diverse.
There is nothing about grain that fastens humanity’s foot to the earth, as President John Quincy Adams put it in one of the innumerable retellings of the standard story.
Not only was its population warlike, heathen and independent, the country itself is immensely long and broken by innumerable fjords, each with its patch of habitable land, almost inaccessible except by sea.
Prediction: Requiring forensic analysts to testify at criminal trials will let innumerable guilty people off the hook.
No roads run between towns in Greenland—planes and boats are the only options for traversing a coastline corrugated by innumerable fjords and glacial tongues.
Immigrants have made innumerable contributions to American culture.
The tiny purplish organs were packed on ice and flown to the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia, where a biologist named Leonard Hayflick cut them into innumerable pieces the size of match heads.
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