What is another word for unnumbered?

Pronunciation: [ʌnnˈʌmbəd] (IPA)

Unnumbered refers to something that has not been counted, labeled or assigned a number. Synonyms for unnumbered can include countless, uncounted, myriad, infinite, unquantifiable or immeasurable. These synonyms describe things that cannot be limited by a specific number or quantity. In a literary context, synonyms for unnumbered could include unrecorded, anonymous, undesignated or nameless. In a mathematical context, unnumbered could be described as unenumerated, nonquantifiable, incalculable or even non-mathematical. In any case, the use of synonyms for unnumbered provides a great way to convey a sense of the limitless or the undefined.

What are the hypernyms for Unnumbered?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for unnumbered?

The word " unnumbered " refers to something that is not counted or numbered. Its antonyms are several, numerous, many and counted. These words are used to describe something that has been counted and can be quantified. When something is numerous, it means that it exists in large numbers, and when something is several or many, it implies that there is a significant quantity of it. Conversely, counted refers to something that has been enumerated and assigned a value. In the context of business or finance, knowing the exact number of assets or liabilities is paramount. Therefore, it is essential to use the appropriate antonym when trying to convey the correct meaning.

Usage examples for Unnumbered

In the meantime good Mrs. Flowerdew had not been idle, and we formed the idea that her neighbours must have been her debtors for unnumbered little kindnesses, so eager did they now appear to do her a good turn.
"Afoot in England"
W.H. Hudson
But when we hear legendary tales which have never been recorded save in the minds of unnumbered generations of men, we ought not on that account to undervalue them; for often they are better authorities and more trustworthy than many an ancient and carefully inscribed manuscript in the British Museum; and they are probably far older than the oldest book in the world.
"The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries"
W. Y. Evans Wentz
Milton speaks of the migration of the cranes when he says: "Part loosely wing the region; part, more wise, In common, ranged in figure, wedge their way, Intelligent of seasons; and set forth Their airy caravan; high over seas Flying, and over lands with mutual wing Easing their flight; so steers the prudent crane Her annual voyage, borne on winds, the air Floats as they pass, fanned with unnumbered plumes."
G. E. Mitton

Famous quotes with Unnumbered

  • Nature chose for a tool, not the earthquake or lightning to rend and split asunder, not the stormy torrent or eroding rain, but the tender snow-flowers noiselessly falling through unnumbered centuries, the offspring of the sun and sea.
    John Muir
  • Rhymer, brawler, and musician, Famed for his lunar expedition, And the unnumbered duels he fought, — And lover also, — by interposition! — Here lies Hercule Savinien De Cyrano de Bergerac, Who was everything, yet was naught. I cry you pardon, but I may not stay; See, the moon-ray that comes to call me hence! I would not bid you mourn less faithfully That good, brave Christian: I would only ask That when my body shall be cold in clay You wear those sable mourning weeds for two, And mourn awhile for me, in mourning him.
    Edmond Rostand
  • In the fire of love we live, or pass by many ways, By unnumbered ways of dream to death.
    George William Russell

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