from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Obsolete form of numerous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Numerous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Consisting of poetic numbers; rhythmical; metrical.
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Howard Stern is set to be replaced in numberous markets by JACK FM.
This site gives you access to exactly what software you will need to access the numberous free channels available.
I don't have the specific references at my fingertips, but numberous studies have shown scores get inflated by preconceived notions.
This site is a pretty good source of hunting and fishing information but please remember that for just about any question, there are numberous answers ... for example, what is the best rifle?
I've seen numberous video's of stores being held up with them.
Now in this era of "freedom" in the United States there is NO FEAR, proudly displayed on the back of people's vehicles, and people fall prey to the numberous tactics employed to disceive and mislead them.
Our threats are so numberous and so large, it is difficult to defend our nation.
As a Oregon resident, I'm sure Oregon will favor Barack ... his supporters here an numberous and dedicated.
Pani puri – Puri are these puffed up fried pastry looking things, that get stuffed with numberous ingredients and served in a special spiced water.
Watching Max Baucus say "nothing is off the table" in numberous interviews and EVEN while in committee as nurses and doctors are being arrested by him has been making my blood boil!!