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innumerable
used in Of Human Bondage

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too numerous to be counted
  • The result of innumerable conversations was that Philip should go back to Tercanbury for another term, and then should leave.
    21-22 — Chapters 21-22 (16% in)
  • And sometimes, as though the influence of innumerable ancestors, Godfearing and devout, were working in him unconsciously, there seized him a panic fear that perhaps after all it was all true, and there was, up there behind the blue sky, a jealous God who would punish in everlasting flames the atheist.
    27-28 — Chapters 27-28 (97% in)
  • She liked the warmth of the studio, and the opportunity to smoke innumerable cigarettes; and she spoke in a low, pleasant voice of the love of art and the art of love.
    47-48 — Chapters 47-48 (58% in)
  • He had been devoted to reading, but now books were meaningless; and he spent his spare hours in the smoking-room of the hospital club, turning over innumerable periodicals.
    61-62 — Chapters 61-62 (56% in)
  • By the time he was well they were fast friends, and it was a peculiar satisfaction to Philip that Griffiths seemed to enjoy sitting in his little parlour, wasting Philip's time with his amusing chatter and smoking innumerable cigarettes.
    67-68 — Chapters 67-68 (94% in)
  • The rest of the afternoon and all the evening Philip toiled through the innumerable correspondence.
    111-112 — Chapters 111-112 (64% in)

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