Unnumerable
Unnumerable Un*nu"mer*a*ble, a. Innumerable. [Obs.] ``An unnumerable multitude.'' --Udall. [1913 Webster]

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  • ineffable — adjective /ɪˈnɛf.ə.bəl,ˌɪnˈɛf.ə.bəl/ a) Beyond expression in words; unspeakable. As Alan Watts (1961) wrote, it involves trying to speak the unspeakable, scrute the inscrutable and eff the ineffable. b) Forbidden to be uttered; taboo. Syn …   Wiktionary

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  • unnumberable — adjective too numerous to be counted incalculable riches countless hours an infinite number of reasons innumerable difficulties the multitudinous seas myriad stars untold thousands …   Useful english dictionary

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