Definition of Countlessness

1. Noun. A number beyond counting.

Exact synonyms: Innumerableness
Generic synonyms: Figure, Number
Derivative terms: Countless, Innumerable



Definition of Countlessness

1. Noun. The quality of being countless. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Countlessness

counting-out game
counting angels on pinheads
counting coup
counting measure
counting number
counting numbers
counting rod
counting rods
countinghouse
countinghouses
countings
countless
countlessly
countlessness (current term)
countline
countlines
countor
countors
countre
countrey
countreys
countrie
countries
countrified
countrifies
countrify
countrifying
countrol

Literary usage of Countlessness

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1. The Five Great Monarchies of the Ancient Eastern World: Or, The History by George Rawlinson (1881)
"... the stars seem at first sight to lie, owing to the irregularity of their intervals, the difference in their magnitude, and their apparent countlessness. ..."

2. Slavery: Letters and Speeches by Horace Mann (1851)
"... the grand circuit of the worlds he has formed become a multiplying glass, reflecting back the Original in the profusion and countlessness of infinity. ..."

3. Culture & Anarchy: An Essay in Political and Social Criticism : And by Matthew Arnold (1910)
"Let us leave the envious," said I to Nick, " to break their teeth on this magnificent file, the countlessness of whose editions has something analogous to ..."

4. Culture & Anarchy: An Essay in Political and Social Criticism by Matthew Arnold (1911)
"... to break their teeth on this magnificent file, the countlessness of whose editions has something analogous to the world-wide circulation of the Daily ..."

5. A Text-book of General Astronomy for Colleges and Scientific Schools by Charles Augustus Young (1916)
"The impression on a dark night is of absolute countlessness ; but, in fact, the number visible to the naked eye is very limited, as one can easily discover ..."

6. A System of Christian Doctrine by Isaak August Dorner (1880)
"God is an inexhaustible spring, and His infinite Power of creation, His Wisdom, and His Love, are not drained by the countlessness of their works. ..."

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