Sentence example with the word 'myriad'

myriad

a billion, ample sufficiency, chiliahedron, foison, jillion, liberalness, much, one hundred thousand, productiveness, riotousness, thousand

Definition adj. too numerous to be counted

Last update: September 2, 2015


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I could see myriads of stars in the clear sky.   [noun]

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In the city, there are myriad hotels that will charge you several dollars for a tiny candy bar.    [adjective]

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He faced a myriad of details.   [noun]

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Explore the myriad alleyways of the fairytale towns of Strasbourg and Rüdesheim.   [adjective]

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Why is he called the myriad-minded Shakespeare.   [Please select]

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When he reached the waterfall at the base of the storage pond, the mist rose up from the cascade, creating a myriad of icy fingers of crystal in the cold air.   [Please select]

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It had spoken to me eloquently, despite the muteness of the myriad tongues it had.   [Please select]

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As the boats wound up the shallows of the river, ducks rose in myriad flocks.   [Please select]

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The river coursed between them on its rocky bed, flinging its myriad gems to the sun.   [Please select]

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God of the worlds, and the great winds, and the myriad stars--do not let him die.   [Please select]

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