Definition of Innumerableness

1. Noun. A number beyond counting.

Exact synonyms: Countlessness
Generic synonyms: Figure, Number
Derivative terms: Countless, Innumerable



Definition of Innumerableness

1. Noun. The state or condition of being innumerable; countlessness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Innumerableness

innovatory
innovatour
innovatrix
innoxious
inns
innubilous
innuendis
innuendo
innuendoed
innuendoes
innuendoing
innuendos
innuit
innumerability
innumerable
innumerableness (current term)
innumerably
innumeracies
innumeracy
innumerate
innumerates
innumerous
innundated
innutrition
innutritious
innutritive
innyard
innyards
ino-
inobedience

Literary usage of Innumerableness

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1. The Apocalypse Explained According to the Spiritual Sense: In which the by Emanuel Swedenborg (1892)
"... while those who are of the celestial kingdom are meant by those who are in goods ; the innumerableness of the latter is signified by "thousands of ..."

2. The Apocalypse Explained According to the Spiritual Sense: In which are by Emanuel Swedenborg (1859)
"... but they who are of the celestial kingdom are understood by those who are in goods ; the innumerableness of the latter is signified by thousands of ..."

3. Narratives of Early Maryland, 1633-1684 by Clayton Colman Hall (1910)
"... considering the innumerableness and diversities of them that dwell on this vast and unmeasured Continent: But rather then Tie be altogether silent, ..."

4. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1871)
"... and the innumerableness of beings, his insignificance is made apparent, and man as a mere individual seems to vanish. Overpowered by this preponderance ..."

5. A Character of the Province of Maryland by George Alsop (1902)
"... that wait continually upon the residencies of most poor Artificers, is (1 gather) from the multiplicity or innumerableness of those * This was one of ..."

6. Biblical Commentary on the Psalms by Franz Delitzsch, Francis Bolton (1871)
"The expression of innumerableness is the same as in civ. 25. The fifth plague, viz. the pestilence, murrain (Ex. ix. ..."

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