myriad : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a large indefinite number
he faced a myriad of details
- n the cardinal number that is the product of ten and one thousand
- s too numerous to be counted
- There are myriad reasons why I refused to play for the local club, chief amongst them was that I did not know how to play.
- The old and unsightly car came with a myriad of problems.
- In real life, she's a rather shy, private person who prefers living in her head to dealing with the myriad producers and studio executives and associations who all want something .
- Jon S Corzine in International Herald Tribune
The New Jersey hall should serve as a reminder that the people of New Jersey strive for excellence and engage in myriad productive and rewarding activities that help society and give back to mankind,Corzine said.