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innumerable
used in Frankenstein

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Definition
too numerous to be counted
  • I could mention innumerable instances which, although slight, marked the dispositions of these amiable cottagers.
    Chapter 12 (53% in)
innumerable = too numerous to be counted
  • I felt light, and hunger, and thirst, and darkness; innumerable sounds rang in my ears, and on all sides various scents saluted me; the only object that I could distinguish was the bright moon, and I fixed my eyes on that with pleasure.
    Chapter 11 (15% in)
  • No wood, however, was placed on the earth, which formed the floor, but it was dry; and although the wind entered it by innumerable chinks, I found it an agreeable asylum from the snow and rain.
    Chapter 11 (58% in)
  • In the meanwhile also the black ground was covered with herbage, and the green banks interspersed with innumerable flowers, sweet to the scent and the eyes, stars of pale radiance among the moonlight woods; the sun became warmer, the nights clear and balmy; and my nocturnal rambles were an extreme pleasure to me, although they were considerably shortened by the late setting and early rising of the sun, for I never ventured abroad during daylight, fearful of meeting with the same...
    Chapter 13 (46% in)
  • Look also at the innumerable fish that are swimming in the clear waters, where we can distinguish every pebble that lies at the bottom.
    Chapter 22 (93% in)

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