Examples of innumerable in a Sentence
There are innumerable errors in the book.
our reasons to give thanks are as innumerable as the stars
Recent Examples of innumerable from the Web
In the meantime the persistence of fictitious claims led innumerable generations of mariners astray.
He's reinvented his career here, placing his innumerable injuries and misfortune in the past.
In health care, breakthrough cures are no longer just hidden in the innumerable mysteries of biology and chemistry.
Like his innumerable predecessors, his death was captured on video.
Doesn’t the Bible warn innumerable times that there should be only one temple, in Jerusalem, and that offering sacrifices anywhere else is a sin?
Even working for a restaurant group that offers health insurance and a chef who understands the value of family leave, a line cook with a child would still face innumerable hurdles, like paying for and managing childcare during 11-hour shifts.
Using clay as her primary medium, Ms. Woodman’s vividly colored ceramics drew on innumerable influences, including Greek and Etruscan sculpture, Italian Baroque architecture, Tang dynasty glaze techniques, Egyptian art and Islamic tiles.
Their fame was hard-won in regions that contained innumerable hazards: relentless blizzards, months-long spans of no sunlight, ferocious gales, shifting ice packs.
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Origin and Etymology of innumerable
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
INNUMERABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of innumerable for English Language Learners
: too many to be counted : very many
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