Too many to be counted; innumerable: an uncountable number of tourists. (adjective)
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Use "uncountable" in a sentence
"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."