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myriad
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
a very large number — often of things that are not identical
  • It was in the conservatory that stretched its dead-black bulk down the side street that he had taken his first kiss from May; it was under the myriad candles of the ball-room that he had seen her appear, tall and silver-shining as a young Diana.
    Chapter 31 (29% in)

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