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innumerable
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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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  • The floorspace was very restricted, because all round the walls were stacked innumerable dusty picture-frames.
  • The sunlight, filtering through innumerable leaves, was still hot on their faces.
  • She obviously had a practical cunning which Winston lacked, and she seemed also to have an exhaustive knowledge of the countryside round London, stored away from innumerable community hikes.
  • A low-ceilinged, crowded room, its walls grimy from the contact of innumerable bodies; battered metal tables and chairs, placed so close together that you sat with elbows touching; bent spoons, dented trays, coarse white mugs; all surfaces greasy, grime in every crack; and a sourish, composite smell of bad gin and bad coffee and metallic stew and dirty clothes.
  • Innumerable fingers, like moving trees, were still streaming past in either direction, crossing and recrossing.
  • He had been appointed to a sub-committee of a sub-committee which had sprouted from one of the innumerable committees dealing with minor difficulties that arose in the compilation of the Eleventh Edition of the Newspeak Dictionary.

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  • There were three hundred wells, fifty thousand date trees, and innumerable colored tents spread among them.
    Paulo Coelho  --  The Alchemist
  • Part of an innumerable company.
    Cassandra Clare  --  City of Heavenly Fire

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