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innumerable
used in Sense and Sensibility

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too numerous to be counted
  • He would have had a wife of whose temper he could make no complaint, but he would have been always necessitous—always poor; and probably would soon have learned to rank the innumerable comforts of a clear estate and good income as of far more importance, even to domestic happiness, than the mere temper of a wife.
    Chapter 47 (42% in)

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