I adjective boundless, countless, endless, illimitable, immense, incalculable, inexhaustible, infinite, innumerable, innumerous, limitless, manifold, many, measureless, multitudinous, numberless, numerous, sescenti, sumless, uncountable, uncounted, unending, unfathomable, unlimited, unnumberable, unnumbered, untold, without number II index innumerable, manifold, multiple, profuse

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