innumerable innumerable  /ɪ ˈnu mə rə bəl/


  • (adj) too numerous to be counted


  1. My city, New York, was littered back then with innumerable newspapers of every tongue.
  2. My city, New York, was littered back then with innumerable newspapers of every tongue.


  1. Heading a soccer ball may be bad for brain

    When compared to the bone-jarring crash between two football helmets, heading a soccer ball might seem almost innocuous. But those seemingly mild hits to a soccer player's head may damage the brain at a deep, molecular level, according to a new study. "It's entirely possible that the innumerable subconcussive hits that those players have may really be a culprit (for brain injury) as well," said ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: KSAT San Antonio

  2. Dead Rising 3 Exclusive To Xbox One

    Open world zombie slaughter is coming back home. Capcom is bringing Dead Rising exclusively to the Xbox One. Following in the footsteps of Frank West and Chuck Green, protagonist Nick must loot supplies, craft weapons, and survive the innumerable undead pressing in around him. A larger emphasis on driving is part this sequel, but zombies also still pose a threat behind the wheel. The environment ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Game Informer

  3. Google Chromekey may be a $35 HDMI stick PC

    Google may be working on an inexpensive HDMI stick PC of its very own called the Chromekey. It’s going to be quite a bit different than Dell’s Project Ophelia or the innumerable Android…
    on June 10, 2013     Source:


  1. "The stories of innumerable Sierra Leoneans that were forced into slavery have yet to be extensively told," Washington said in a statement. "I believe this project will begin to shed some much-needed light on the region, both past and...
    on Mar 14, 2007 By: Isaiah Washington Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "Over the course of his distinguished career as priest, lawyer, public servant, activist, and scholar in Washington and around the world he touched and inspired innumerable lives," DeGioia wrote.
    on Jan 29, 2007 By: John J Degioia Source: United Press International

  3. "The innumerable fanciful images of Jesus as a revolutionary, as a moderate social reformer, as the secret lover of Mary Magdalene, etc ...... can be calmly deposited in the ossuary of history," Schoenborn said.
    on Apr 13, 2007 By: Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn Source: Washington Post

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