myr|i|ad1 [ `mıriəd ] noun count MAINLY LITERARY
myriad of an extremely large number of people or things, especially one that is too large to count:
A whole myriad of options exists for us.
myr|i|ad 2 [ `mıriəd ] adjective only before noun MAINLY LITERARY
very many, especially too many to count:
the country's myriad problems

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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