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umpteenth

A large number. The term is often used to express a negative reaction to something that keeps happening "for the umpteenth time!"
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The Moto X+1 will come with a removable back panel with umpteen colour/pattern choices via Motorola MotoMaker, similar to the current Moto X.
I worked for Premier Inn for years and this development has been knocked back umpteen times over the last few years - they''d rather it sit as an eyesore for the sake of bureaucracy!
The script is clunky and all that happens is the plot is explained umpteen times then things explode.
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.
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.
Part umpteen. But if fans of Brendan Rodgers (left) want a factual life raft, I would suggest they cling to this nuggety piece of statistical driftwood.
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?
It is much larger than UMPTEEN however which means "very many; indefinitely numerous."