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Meanings and uses of the words-numerous,innumerable "numerous" and "innumerable"

ProperMy question concerns proper use of the word "numerous"numerous and of the word "innumerable"innumerable.

I am in a problem which is rare ,which: which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus.

As regards parts of speech of the words,numerousThis is adjective andwhat I have learned so far: .innumerable is also adjective.

  • As regards parts of speech of the words, numerous is adjective and innumerable is also adjective.

Here is the situation: Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule,which which shows total number of checks.

If I had 10000 checks- many, would that be many or too manytoo many checks?. (In the context, the total number of checks vary and not same every day in calcutta[kolkata] local clearing of a bank.sometimes thevary; sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6/7 or 7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years  ,I I can't remember exactly the total number of checks..WE WERE DOING OFFICE WORKS.ME[SPECIAL ASSISTANT] AND ONE SUBORDINATE STAFF] .  

IN thisIn this context, I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and Too""too many" in any other way[hyperbole]way (is this hyperbole?).The Day's The day's work must be completed on the same day,this this is the office rule.I I can not evade responsibility even if the number of checks is double next day. whateverWhatever be the number of checks  ,I I must obediently obey the order.Because, because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority from H/o or z/o  .This

This is reply of the office of grievance,if if any, about questions regarding many and too many.the check box overturned and all checks were scattered in the car all checks are mixed up .The other alternative was to go to the police station and deposit the checks there for the day.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are[1]numerous-adj - is many,consisting of many members and[2] innumerable-adj-too many to be counted.[3]numerous-existing in large numbers,many[4]innumerable-adj-Too many to be counted,very many[5]numberless-adj-too many to be counted.So this isare:

numerous (adj) many; consisting of many members; existing in large numbers

innumerable (adj) too many to be counted; very many; numberless

Is the distinction between formal and informal. I have edited the question from time to time because comments were coming and I have also made my comments where necessary? ,the comments are not shown in the question.comments are from@James K and@Smock.

Here in this official casecase of mine,innumerable innumerable (meaning very many,very many[numberless]checks numberless) checks to be counted.In Obviously, in this particular case hyperbole exists. 

Is "to be counted" an idiom or phrase which has a special meaning in the context of dictionary meaning?

Meanings and uses of the words-numerous,innumerable

Proper use of the word "numerous" and of the word "innumerable".

I am in a problem which is rare ,which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus.

As regards parts of speech of the words,numerous is adjective and .innumerable is also adjective.

Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule,which shows total number of checks.

10000 checks- many or too many checks?.In the context total number of checks vary and not same every day in calcutta[kolkata] local clearing of a bank.sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6/7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years  ,I can't remember exactly the total number of checks..WE WERE DOING OFFICE WORKS.ME[SPECIAL ASSISTANT] AND ONE SUBORDINATE STAFF] .

IN this context I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and Too many" in any other way[hyperbole].The Day's work must be completed on the same day,this is the office rule.I can not evade responsibility even if the number of checks is double next day. whatever be the number of checks  ,I must obediently obey the order.Because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority from H/o or z/o  .This is reply of the office of grievance,if any, about questions regarding many and too many.the check box overturned and all checks were scattered in the car all checks are mixed up .The other alternative was to go to the police station and deposit the checks there for the day.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are[1]numerous-adj - is many,consisting of many members and[2] innumerable-adj-too many to be counted.[3]numerous-existing in large numbers,many[4]innumerable-adj-Too many to be counted,very many[5]numberless-adj-too many to be counted.So this is the distinction between formal and informal. I have edited the question from time to time because comments were coming and I have also made my comments where necessary ,the comments are not shown in the question.comments are from@James K and@Smock.

Here in this official case of mine,innumerable,very many[numberless]checks to be counted.In this particular case hyperbole exists. Is "to be counted" an idiom or phrase which has a special meaning in the context of dictionary meaning?

Meanings and uses of the words "numerous" and "innumerable"

My question concerns proper use of the word numerous and of the word innumerable.

I am in a problem which is rare: which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus. This is what I have learned so far:

  • As regards parts of speech of the words, numerous is adjective and innumerable is also adjective.

Here is the situation: Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule, which shows total number of checks.

If I had 10000 checks, would that be many or too many checks? (In the context, the total number of checks vary; sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6 or 7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years, I can't remember exactly the total number of checks. 

In this context, I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and ""too many" in any other way (is this hyperbole?). The day's work must be completed on the same day, this is the office rule. I can not evade responsibility even if the number of checks is double next day. Whatever be the number of checks, I must obediently obey the order, because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority from H/o or z/o.

This is reply of the office of grievance, if any, about questions regarding many and too many.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are:

numerous (adj) many; consisting of many members; existing in large numbers

innumerable (adj) too many to be counted; very many; numberless

Is the distinction between formal and informal?

Here in this official case of mine, innumerable (meaning very many, numberless) checks to be counted. Obviously, in this particular case hyperbole exists. 

Is "to be counted" an idiom or phrase which has a special meaning in the context of dictionary meaning?

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Proper use of the word "numerous" and of the word "innumerable".

I am in a problem which is rare ,which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus.

As regards parts of speech of the words,numerous is adjective and .innumerable is also adjective.

Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule,which shows total number of checks.

10000 checks- many or too many checks?.In the context total number of checks vary and not same every day in calcutta[kolkata] local clearing of a bank.sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6/7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years ,I can't remember exactly the total number of checks..WE WERE DOING OFFICE WORKS.ME[SPECIAL ASSISTANT] AND ONE SUBORDINATE STAFF] .

IN this context I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and Too many" in any other way[hyperbole].The Day's work must be completed on the same day,this is the office rule.I can not evade responsibility even if the number of checks is double next day. whatever be the number of checks ,I must obediently obey the order.Because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority from H/o or z/o .This is reply of the office of grievance,if any, about questions regarding many and too many.the check box overturned and all checks were scattered in the car all checks are mixed up .The other alternative was to go to the police station and deposit the checks there for the day.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are[1]numerous-adj - is many,consisting of many members and[2] innumerable-adj-too many to be counted.[3]numerous-existing in large numbers,many[4]innumerable-adj-Too many to be counted,very many[5]numberless-adj-too many to be counted.So this is the distinction between formal and informal. I have edited the question from time to time because comments were coming and I have also made my comments where necessary ,the comments are not shown in the question.comments are from@James K and@Smock.

Here in this official case of mine,innumerable,very many[numberless]checks to be counted.In this particular case hyperbole exists. Is "to be counted" an idiom or phrase which has a special meaning in the context of dictionary meaning?

Proper use of the word "numerous" and of the word "innumerable".

I am in a problem which is rare ,which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus.

As regards parts of speech of the words,numerous is adjective and .innumerable is also adjective.

Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule,which shows total number of checks.

10000 checks- many or too many checks?.In the context total number of checks vary and not same every day in calcutta[kolkata] local clearing of a bank.sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6/7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years ,I can't remember exactly the total number of checks..WE WERE DOING OFFICE WORKS.ME[SPECIAL ASSISTANT] AND ONE SUBORDINATE STAFF] .

IN this context I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and Too many" in any other way[hyperbole].The Day's work must be completed on the same day,this is the office rule.I can not evade responsibility even if the number of checks is double next day. whatever be the number of checks ,I must obediently obey the order.Because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority from H/o or z/o .This is reply of the office of grievance,if any, about questions regarding many and too many.the check box overturned and all checks were scattered in the car all checks are mixed up .The other alternative was to go to the police station and deposit the checks there for the day.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are[1]numerous-adj - is many,consisting of many members and[2] innumerable-adj-too many to be counted.[3]numerous-existing in large numbers,many[4]innumerable-adj-Too many to be counted,very many[5]numberless-adj-too many to be counted.So this is the distinction between formal and informal. I have edited the question from time to time because comments were coming and I have also made my comments where necessary ,the comments are not shown in the question.comments are from@James K and@Smock.

Here in this official case of mine,innumerable,very many[numberless]checks to be counted.In this particular case hyperbole exists.

Proper use of the word "numerous" and of the word "innumerable".

I am in a problem which is rare ,which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus.

As regards parts of speech of the words,numerous is adjective and .innumerable is also adjective.

Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule,which shows total number of checks.

10000 checks- many or too many checks?.In the context total number of checks vary and not same every day in calcutta[kolkata] local clearing of a bank.sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6/7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years ,I can't remember exactly the total number of checks..WE WERE DOING OFFICE WORKS.ME[SPECIAL ASSISTANT] AND ONE SUBORDINATE STAFF] .

IN this context I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and Too many" in any other way[hyperbole].The Day's work must be completed on the same day,this is the office rule.I can not evade responsibility even if the number of checks is double next day. whatever be the number of checks ,I must obediently obey the order.Because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority from H/o or z/o .This is reply of the office of grievance,if any, about questions regarding many and too many.the check box overturned and all checks were scattered in the car all checks are mixed up .The other alternative was to go to the police station and deposit the checks there for the day.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are[1]numerous-adj - is many,consisting of many members and[2] innumerable-adj-too many to be counted.[3]numerous-existing in large numbers,many[4]innumerable-adj-Too many to be counted,very many[5]numberless-adj-too many to be counted.So this is the distinction between formal and informal. I have edited the question from time to time because comments were coming and I have also made my comments where necessary ,the comments are not shown in the question.comments are from@James K and@Smock.

Here in this official case of mine,innumerable,very many[numberless]checks to be counted.In this particular case hyperbole exists. Is "to be counted" an idiom or phrase which has a special meaning in the context of dictionary meaning?

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Meaning Meanings and useuses of the words-numerous,innumerable

Proper use of the word "numerous" and of the word "innumerable".

I am in a problem which is rare ,which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus.

As regards parts of speech of the words,numerous is adjective and .innumerable is also adjective.

Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule,which shows total number of checks.

10000 checks- many or too many checks?.In the context total number of checks vary and not same every day in calcutta[kolkata] local clearing of a bank.sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6/7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years ,I can't remember exactly the total number of checks..WE WERE DOING OFFICE WORKS.ME[SPECIAL ASSISTANT] AND ONE SUBORDINATE STAFF] .

IN this context I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and Too many" in any other way[hyperbole].The Day's work must be completed on the same day,this is the office rule.I can not evade responsibility even if the number of checks is double next day. whatever be the number of checks ,I must obediently obey the order.Because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority from H/o or z/o .This is reply of the office of grievance,if any, about questions regarding many and too many.the check box overturned and all checks were scattered in the car all checks are mixed up .The other alternative was to go to the police station and deposit the checks there for the day.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are[1]numerous-adj - is many,consisting of many members and[2] innumerable-adj-too many to be counted.[3]numerous-existing in large numbers,many[4]innumerable-adj-Too many to be counted,very many[5]numberless-adj-too many to be counted.So this is the distinction between formal and informal. I have edited the question from time to time because comments were coming and I have also made my comments where necessary ,the comments are not shown in the question.comments are from@James K and@Smock.

Here in this official case of mine,innumerable,very many[numberless]checks to be counted.In this particular case hyperbole exists.

Meaning and use of the words-numerous,innumerable

Proper use of the word "numerous" and of the word "innumerable".

I am in a problem which is rare ,which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus.

As regards parts of speech of the words,numerous is adjective and .innumerable is also adjective.

Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule,which shows total number of checks.

10000 checks- many or too many checks?.In the context total number of checks vary and not same every day in calcutta[kolkata] local clearing of a bank.sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6/7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years ,I can't remember exactly the total number of checks..WE WERE DOING OFFICE WORKS.ME[SPECIAL ASSISTANT] AND ONE SUBORDINATE STAFF] .

IN this context I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and Too many" in any other way[hyperbole].The Day's work must be completed on the same day,this is the office rule.I can not evade responsibility if the number of checks is double next day. whatever be the number of checks ,I must obediently obey the order.Because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority.This is reply of the office of grievance,if any, about questions regarding many and too many.the check box overturned and all checks were scattered in the car all checks are mixed up .The other alternative was to go to the police station and deposit the checks there for the day.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are[1]numerous-adj - is many,consisting of many members and[2] innumerable-adj-too many to be counted.[3]numerous-existing in large numbers,many[4]innumerable-adj-Too many to be counted,very many[5]numberless-adj-too many to be counted.So this is the distinction between formal and informal. I have edited the question from time to time because comments were coming and I have also made my comments where necessary ,the comments are not shown in the question.comments are from@James K and@Smock.

Here in this official case of mine,innumerable,very many[numberless]checks to be counted.In this particular case hyperbole exists.

Meanings and uses of the words-numerous,innumerable

Proper use of the word "numerous" and of the word "innumerable".

I am in a problem which is rare ,which one to choose even if I consult thesaurus.

As regards parts of speech of the words,numerous is adjective and .innumerable is also adjective.

Too many and numberless checks of a bank contain a schedule,which shows total number of checks.

10000 checks- many or too many checks?.In the context total number of checks vary and not same every day in calcutta[kolkata] local clearing of a bank.sometimes the check numbers range from AS MANY AS 6/7 to 22000 thousands.

This has been quite a number of years ,I can't remember exactly the total number of checks..WE WERE DOING OFFICE WORKS.ME[SPECIAL ASSISTANT] AND ONE SUBORDINATE STAFF] .

IN this context I think I cannot make distinction between "many" and Too many" in any other way[hyperbole].The Day's work must be completed on the same day,this is the office rule.I can not evade responsibility even if the number of checks is double next day. whatever be the number of checks ,I must obediently obey the order.Because if the check numbers are double or triple than the previous day and the order comes very higher authority from H/o or z/o .This is reply of the office of grievance,if any, about questions regarding many and too many.the check box overturned and all checks were scattered in the car all checks are mixed up .The other alternative was to go to the police station and deposit the checks there for the day.

In other informal cases The dictionary meanings are[1]numerous-adj - is many,consisting of many members and[2] innumerable-adj-too many to be counted.[3]numerous-existing in large numbers,many[4]innumerable-adj-Too many to be counted,very many[5]numberless-adj-too many to be counted.So this is the distinction between formal and informal. I have edited the question from time to time because comments were coming and I have also made my comments where necessary ,the comments are not shown in the question.comments are from@James K and@Smock.

Here in this official case of mine,innumerable,very many[numberless]checks to be counted.In this particular case hyperbole exists.

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