umpteen


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umpteen

(ˈəmptin)
mod. many; innumerable. There are umpteen ways to do this right. Can you manage to do one of them?
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But, well made though it is, we've seen this tale umpteen times before.
Allison McMillan, of Baillieston, Glasgow, has noticed umpteen faults since she bought her new pounds 85,000 Barratt house 10 months ago.
All the questions we've been answering for the last umpteen years, it makes it that much sweeter.
It's competently made but we've seen this story in umpteen variations.
Someone gives up their pet they've had for umpteen years, their beloved horse, doesn't want to send it to the meat factory.
Gerry, 58, said: "My son has played laments at umpteen burials and cremations all over the country without a hint of trouble.
With a plot you've seen umpteen times before, it relies on quirky characters and occasionally funny dialogue to hold the attention.
We've had umpteen members in our time and I would like to thank each and every one.
Umpteen beers and shots later, the birthday boy is paralytic.
Big Fat Gypsy Wedding: The Luck of the Irish (Channel 4, Friday, 9pm) THE My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding series has fuelled umpteen documentaries and here's the latest.
I just wonder how much research has been/is being done into the history of our language since the team of writers including Eric Partridge, Nigel Rees and Vernon Noble were recruited by the RAF to establish the so-called Writers Command and flew on umpteen missions.
We have seen umpteen instances of that over the years.
I would have settled for a point but Ben has done that umpteen times this season and popped up again.
How can any nursery nurse, with umpteen other children to look after, possibly give the loving attention necessary to each and every babe in her care?