countless

[kount-lis]
adjective
too numerous to count; innumerable: the countless stars.

Origin:
1580–90; count1 + -less

countlessly, adverb


numberless, endless, myriad, unlimited.
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countless (ˈkaʊntlɪs)
 
adj
innumerable; myriad

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Word Origin & History

countless
"numberless, uncountable," 1580s, from count (v.) + -less.
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Example sentences
Countless printed pages record the travels and discoveries of two centuries.
Of him countless immortal lives, with countless embodiments and enjoyments.
Somewhere there is a website or book that created the error and now it has been
  replicated countless times.
When he wasn't carrying bags, he spent countless hours on the practice range.
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