American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Too many to be counted; innumerable: an uncountable number of tourists.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not capable of being counted; innumerable.
- n. linguistics An uncountable noun.
- adj. So many as to be incapable of being counted.
- adj. mathematics Incapable of being put into one-to-one correspondence with the natural numbers or any subset thereof.
- adj. grammar, of a noun Describes a meaning of a noun that cannot be used freely with numbers or the indefinite article, and which therefore takes no plural form. Example: information.
- un- + countable (count + -able) (Wiktionary)
“Then as I woke one morning, looked out the window, and saw our drought-parched maple shining with evaporating raindrops, the word uncountable came to my mind, and along with it the cadence that drove ‘silvery glitterings’ before it, then an intuition of the rhythms of shape of the poem.”
“The National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago reviewed all 179,855 "uncountable" votes and found the majority attempted to choose Gore.”
“Officials in the town of Mihama are concerned that security fences around the base of Nomasaki lighthouse are going to buckle under the weight of an "uncountable" number of padlocks that have been afixed by loved-up couples.”
“I agree with I can count, its funny how the Right Wing crackpots turn out they always do so in massive "uncountable" Numbers.”
“By this golden round I do endow thee with Wisdom's perfect gold uncountable, that is the talisman whereat all nature's secret paths shall open to thy feet.”
“[[mathematicians]], developed this in proving that the real numbers are '' uncountable '”
“But sometimes they came, these Russians, in great ships, and made the people of Pastolik show them the way through the islands uncountable of the many-mouthed Yukon.”
“The min character, Boone, “thinks” he has committed an uncountable number of murders and goes to Midian, where he feels he will fit in.”
“But in that time, the United States has lost uncountable jobs, manufacturing industries, and development institutions to other countries, which is now causing serious problems with unemployment and the cost of goods and services to the nation and its citizens.”
“But now the hunter may take the trail ten days and not one moose gladden his eyes, while the caribou uncountable come no more at all.”
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