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innumerable
used in A Room of One's Own

8 uses
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Definition
too numerous to be counted
  • Innumerable beadles were fitting innumerable keys into well-oiled locks; the treasure-house was being made secure for another night.
    1 (49% in)
  • Innumerable beadles were fitting innumerable keys into well-oiled locks; the treasure-house was being made secure for another night.
    1 (49% in)
  • Merely to read the titles suggested innumerable schoolmasters, innumerable clergymen mounting their platforms and pulpits and holding forth with loquacity which far exceeded the hour usually alloted to such discourse on this one subject.
    2 (14% in)
  • Merely to read the titles suggested innumerable schoolmasters, innumerable clergymen mounting their platforms and pulpits and holding forth with loquacity which far exceeded the hour usually alloted to such discourse on this one subject.
    2 (14% in)
  • Hundreds of women began as the eighteenth century drew on to add to their pin money, or to come to the rescue of their families by making translations or writing the innumerable bad novels which have ceased to be recorded even in text-books, but are to be picked up in the fourpenny boxes in the Charing Cross Road.
    4 (31% in)
  • If one shuts one's eyes and thinks of the novel as a whole, it would seem to be a creation owning a certain looking-glass likeness to life, though of course with simplifications and distortions innumerable.
    4 (63% in)
  • But what do they do then? and there came to my mind's eye one of those long streets somewhere south of the river whose infinite rows are innumerably populated.
    5 (64% in)
  • No age can ever have been as stridently sex-conscious as our own; those innumerable books by men about women in the British Museum are a proof of it.
    6 (21% in)

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