numberless numberless


  • (adj) too numerous to be counted


  1. The handless, numberless Corpus Clock, created by English inventor John Taylor and unveiled by Stephen Hawking himself, is designed to express time's irrevocability.
  2. And as he issued from the Gate of Broder, through which a camel may not fit, the face of Klein was terrible, and his chariots numberless as the secret WMD sites of Iraq.
  3. In numberless cities, the names of roads and bridges were changed to MacArthur.


  • The Future of Selling Online

    The Internet is not making salespeople obsolete; it's making them even more important. For the past two decades, numberless pundits have predicted that the Internet would make salespeople obsolete. The theory was simple: customers would use the "wealth of information" online to do their own product research and then order online. The pundits claimed that this "information rich" online ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Inc Magazine


  1. Speaking before weekend meetings of the bank and its sister institution, the International Monetary Fund, Zoellick said the new group would not be a G-14."We will not create a new world simply by remaking the old,'' he said. It should be numberless,...
    on Oct 6, 2008 By: Robert Zoellick Source: The News International

  2. "The child behavioral experts will tell you that not all 13s are alike, not all 14s are alike, not all 12s are alike," Valenti said. "In the end, as I have stated numberless times, it is the parent who has to make this judgment."
    on Aug 23, 2004 By: Jack Valenti Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  3. "Human rights violations here are numberless," Nayar said.
    on Nov 2, 2006 By: Kuldip Nayar Source:

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