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such as number. On this page you can see how to spell number. Also,
for some words, you can find their
definitions, list of synonyms, as well as list of common misspellings.
piece, sketch, schtick, shows.
abundance, amount, caboodle, collection, company, conglomeration, crowd, estimate, flock, horde, lot, many, multitude, plenitude, plenty, product, quantity, slew, throng, totality, umpteen, volume, whole, zillion, Manifoldness, Jillion.
allotment, allowance, amount, measure, piece, portion, proportion, quantity, quantum, ration, sum, total.
hieroglyph, rune, runes, hieroglyphs.
medley, mobilization, mobilizations, bringing together, obtainings.
cantata, concerto, literary work, music, rhapsody, romance, short story, symphony, thesis, verse, Melodies, Rhapsodies, Concertos, short stories, cantatas, literary works.
periodicity, recurrence, regularity, Frequentness, Periodicities.
job lot, vendible, vendibles.
act, add up, amount, bit, character, cipher, come, count, digit, enumerate, figure, identification number, integer, issue, keep down, list, notation, numeral, numerate, phone number, routine, sign, symbol, telephone number, total, turn.
song and dance
jive, the business, jives, ripoff, elaborate explanation.
forte, majors, speciality, specials, Specialities, claim to fame, distinguishing feature, field of concentration, object of attention, object of study, special project.
unit of the mathematical system
cardinal, character, cipher, count, decimal, denominator, digit, emblem, figure, folio, fraction, googol, integer, numeral, numerator, ordinal, prime, representation, sign, statistic, sum, symbol, total, whole number, chiffer.
account, add, add up, aggregate, come, computer, count off, enumerate, figure out, include, numerate, reckon, run, run into, tale, tally, tell, tick off, tote, tote up, run down, run to, count heads, count noses, keep tabs, take account of, figure in.
abound, count, enumerate, swarm, tally, throng.
add up, amount, come, count, number, total.
Examples of usage:
– Dickens As an Educator by James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes
– The Heritage of the Hills by Arthur P. Hankins
– Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers by Various
– Methods of Authors by Hugo Erichsen
– John Marsh's Millions by Charles Klein Arthur Hornblow