Adjective(1) too many to be counted (usually in hyperbolic use).
(1) An uncountable number of guns were raised, and Alex was shot.(2) There was a grand staircase and an uncountable number of rooms.(3) Because of this, mathematicians now refer to the infinite set of real numbers as uncountable .(4) They had run to the edge of the world and back again, many enemies thus in pursuit, an uncountable number of thieves and competitors perpetually on the hunt.(5) Every individual happening is, in its most fundamental form, an uncountable number of happenings; there is simply no escaping shades of grey.(6) After an uncountable number of hours, they were both tired(7) While I deal with a few letters to the editor, blog posts and one-on-one discussions, leaders of provinces and nations must withstand daily scrutiny from an uncountable number of sources.(8) The night air was cool and refreshing, and the sky was filled with an uncountable number of stars.(9) Seven huge men stood around her, all with an uncountable number of guns and gadgets which she knew how to use.(10) Within the Milky Way galaxy alone, there are over 100 billion stars, and there are an uncountable number of galaxies in the universe.(11) Fast food restaurants were common, we had a few movie theaters, a baseball stadium, a bunch of major shopping centers, and an uncountable number of miscellaneous stores.(12) This version swept the nation in uncountable numbers.(13) Amidst the uncountable multitude of white marble rooms scattered around the premise, one large room stood out from the rest.(14) To the right of her was a lavish dining room, and to the left was a library with an uncountable number of books.(15) But to see them in uncountable numbers along a jagged hillside, or rising out of a sandy wash, or even in haphazard rows along the side of the road gives me a new appreciation.(16) No one sets out deliberately to destroy rivers and streams; environmental damage happens as a byproduct of an uncountable number of individual and corporate decisions.
(1) what's-his-face :: what's-彼の顔を
1. myriad ::
2. uncountable ::
3. incalculable ::
4. countless ::
5. incomputable ::
6. innumerable ::
7. unnumbered ::
8. uncounted ::
9. numberless ::
10. without number ::
11. out of number ::
12. thousand and one ::
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