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noun: A large number.
adjective: Large in number, variations, etc.
From Greek myriás (ten thousand, countless). Earliest documented use: 1555.
“Travelers will be hard pressed to find an area that doesn’t offer something in the way of a small meal; breads, pastries, pizzas, sandwiches, bagels, meats, cheeses, juices, ice creams, and vegetarian goodies are among the myriad comestible options available.”
Martin Dunford; The Rough Guide to New York City; Rough Guides; 2009.
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