2. Adverb. To an innumerable extent. ¹
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Definition of Innumerably
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Literary usage of Innumerably
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1. Dictionary of the French and English Languages by Gabriel Surenne (1856)
"... a'lv. innumerably Innovation, sf. innovation, introduction «/ novelties or nrw customs Innovateur, sm. innovator, introducer of novelties ..."
2. The Works of John Whitgift by John Whitgift, John Ayre (1851)
"... nor found decreed in the councils of bishops, nor confirmed by the custom of the whole church, but are varied innumerably by the divers manners of ..."
3. The Confessions of St. Augustine by Augustine, Thomas, Edward Bouverie Pusey, William Benham (1909)
"... and caverns of my memory, innumerable and innumerably full of innumerable kinds of things, either through images, as all bodies; or by actual presence, ..."