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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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uncountableun‧count‧a‧ble /ʌnˈkaʊntəbəl/ adjective  SLGan uncountable noun has no plural form and refers to something which cannot be counted or regarded as either singular or plural, for example ‘money’ or ‘happiness’. In this dictionary uncountable nouns are marked [U] opp countable
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uncountableThe pop of all Necromunda's hives is uncountable.Over time, we have had uncountable excesses, broken hearts and homes.Hale, Arlene Hale has produced uncountable Nurse Romances, most of which are now out of print.Great things will be learned inside Bio2 about our Earth, ourselves, and the uncountable other species we depend on.The region has suffered uncountable tragedies.
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