umpteenth


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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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And, importantly, for the umpteenth time, Tanga Tanga allied MPs behaved as if they are immune to presidential anger or censure.
WHEN author Jackie Morris got her umpteenth warning letter from TV licensing bosses, it wasn't something she could easily ignore.
"The decision gives the necessary time to all those involved to discuss and solve the problem, which unfortunately emerged for the umpteenth time."
Jay-Z is not a fan of subtlety, as he proved for the umpteenth time last Monday at a star-studded press conference announcing the relaunch of Tidal, a music streaming service he purchased in January for $56 million.
LEWIS HAMILTON has been dumped by Nicole Scherzinger for the umpteenth time after he refused to marry her.
Dogs bark at strange noises floorboards start to creak, the neighbours are shouting again for the umpteenth time this week.
David needs to check how much the UK charges Indians for a visa, and the length of the application form, even if you're applying for the umpteenth time.
This might just be the third referendum Egyptians have seen in three years, but not the umpteenth time they have stood patiently in line to vote on something or another.
But Perez yesterday strenuously denied Bankia's involvement in the transfer, saying: "We have not done a deal with any financial body, for the umpteenth time, as I've said ad nauseum.
The Irish Presidency of the EU will seek to hammer out a new draft compromise that it will present to the European Parliament on 27 February during the umpteenth political meeting (three-way talks) on this issue.
AN episode of Fawlty Towers from 1975 which was repeated for the umpteenth time last Sunday finally fell victim to BBC censors.
The roads are closed, the trains are laughably crowded with rucksack-wielding families and it's 1-33 that downstairs, for the umpteenth year running, a group of musclebound drummers will be banging out an incessant rhythm for four hours.