[ UK /ʌnnˈʌmbəd/ ]
too numerous to be counted
the multitudinous seas
an infinite number of reasons
How To Use unnumbered In A Sentence
- I leave Highway 3 for an unnumbered asphalt road headed directly for the state line.
- Slaves to unnumbered ancient ‘taboos,’ superstitions, prejudices, and fallacies, which one by one are slowly but surely weakening under the clear light of the morning of science; the savior of mankind.
- Few people passed over the rough cobblestones then; occupants were silent, if not sleeping, behind closed doors to either side; the doors were unnumbered as the alleys were not named.
- The teapot carries number 122, the coffee pot and cups 312, the sucriers 122 and 412, and the tray is unnumbered.
- They put out a one-shot, unnumbered adaptation of that film in 1969 and also did the sequel - both drawn magnificently by Dan Spiegle.
- Each addresses the covenant in slightly different terms, but the essence of the blessing remains constant: land, an heir that will lead unnumbered descendants, and many nations.
- But the Japanese Immigration Bureau, to whom we dedicated unnumbered words a week or two ago, did not agree one bit with the UN and sent the group packing with a clip round the ear.
- For woman herself this condition would bring unnumbered goods.
- At page 675-if your Honours are looking at the pamphlet version, an unnumbered page - is a letter from the second defendant to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, right at the beginning.
- I am angry for the innocent, unnumbered and uncounted civilians who have perished.