COUNTLESS: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for COUNTLESS?

Need another word that means the same as “countless”? Find 16 synonyms and 30 related words for “countless” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Countless” are: infinite, innumerable, innumerous, multitudinous, myriad, numberless, uncounted, unnumberable, unnumbered, unnumerable, untold, legion, numerous, very many, manifold, multifarious

Countless as an Adjective

Definitions of "Countless" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “countless” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Too numerous to be counted.
  • Too many to be counted; very many.

Synonyms of "Countless" as an adjective (16 Words)

infiniteToo numerous to be counted.
God s infinite wisdom.
innumerableToo numerous to be counted.
Innumerable difficulties.
innumerousToo many to be counted (often used hyperbolically.
The oft quoted statement has been repeated innumerous times.
legionGreat in number.
Her fans are legion.
manifoldHaving many different forms or elements.
Manifold reasons.
multifariousMany and of various types.
A vast multifarious organization.
multitudinousConsisting of or containing many individuals or elements.
Multitudinous rugs kept us warm.
myriadCountless or extremely great in number.
Myriad stars.
numberlessToo numerous to be counted.
There are numberless questions to be asked.
numerousConsisting of many members.
The family was numerous.
uncountedNot counted.
Uncounted millions of dollars.
unnumberableIncapable of being numbered; innumerable.
unnumberedNot marked with or assigned a number.
She had drunk the last of her unnumbered cups of tea.
unnumerableToo numerous to be counted.
untoldToo much or too many to be counted or measured.
No event however boring is left untold.
very manyPrecisely as stated.

Usage Examples of "Countless" as an adjective

  • She'd apologized countless times before.
  • Countless hours.

Associations of "Countless" (30 Words)

boundlessSeemingly boundless in amount number degree or especially extent.
Children with boundless energy.
bountyA sum paid by the state to army or navy recruits on enlistment.
For millennia the people along the Nile have depended entirely on its bounty.
ceaselessConstant and unending.
The fort was subjected to ceaseless bombardment.
Quality of life varies enormously from one place to another.
illimitableWithout limits or an end.
The illimitable human capacity for evil.
immeasurableImpossible to measure.
Immeasurable wealth.
immenselyTo a great extent; extremely.
Was immensely more important to the project as a scientist than as an administrator.
immensityThe extremely large size, scale, or extent of something.
I have no illusions about the immensity of this task.
incalculableToo great to be calculated or estimated.
An archive of incalculable value.
inestimableBeyond calculation or measure.
A treasure of inestimable value.
inexhaustibleIncapable of being entirely consumed or used up.
An inexhaustible supply of coal.
infiniteA space or quantity that is infinite.
He bathed the wound with infinite care.
infinityA point in space or time that is or seems infinitely distant.
The lawns stretched into infinity.
innumerableToo many to be counted (often used hyperbolically.
Innumerable difficulties.
limitlessHaving no limits in range or scope.
The limitless reaches of outer space.
lotDivide items into lots for sale at an auction.
My life is lots better now.
manyA quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as’ or `too’ or `so’ or `that’; amounting to a large but indefinite number.
The temptations are many.
measurelessHaving no bounds or limits; unlimited.
Otto had measureless charm.
morticianAn undertaker.
muchA great amount or extent.
I m not there much.
myriadHaving countless or very many elements or aspects.
The army was organized on a decimal system up to divisions of 10 000 or myriads.
numberlessToo many to be counted; innumerable.
There are numberless questions to be asked.
numerousAmounting to a large indefinite number.
The family was numerous.
plethoraA large or excessive amount of something.
A plethora of committees and subcommittees.
renewable(of a contract, agreement, etc.) capable of being renewed.
Renewable energy such as solar energy is theoretically inexhaustible.
successfulHaving achieved fame, wealth, or social status.
Marketing of Japanese products has been highly successful.
unboundedSeemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extent.
The possibilities are unbounded.
unlimitedThat cannot be entirely consumed or used up.
To start with a theory of unlimited freedom is to end up with unlimited despotism.
untoldToo much to be measured.
Untold suffering.
vastOf very great extent or quantity; immense.
A vast plain full of orchards.

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