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Date: 1400-1500
Language: Latin
Origin: numerosus, from numerus; NUMBER1

numerous

adjective
     
nu‧me‧rous W3
many:
Numerous attempts have been made to hide the truth.
The two leaders have worked together on numerous occasions.
too numerous to mention/list
The individuals who have contributed to this book are far too numerous to mention.

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