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myriad
used in Dracula

4 uses
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Definition
a very large number — often of things that are not identical
  • He was interested in everything, and asked me a myriad questions about the place and its surroundings.
    Chapter 2 (66% in)
  • Before the sun dipped below the black mass of Kettleness, standing boldly athwart the western sky, its downward way was marked by myriad clouds of every sunset colour, flame, purple, pink, green, violet, and all the tints of gold, with here and there masses not large, but of seemingly absolute blackness, in all sorts of shapes, as well outlined as colossal silhouettes.
    Chapter 7 (6% in)
  • I kept my eyes fixed on the window, but the wolf drew his head back, and a whole myriad of little specks seems to come blowing in through the broken window, and wheeling and circling round like the pillar of dust that travellers describe when there is a simoon in the desert.
    Chapter 11 (89% in)
  • I seemed to become more wakeful, and myriads of horrible fancies began to crowd in upon my mind.
    Chapter 21 (83% in)

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