Results for: Myriad

In Health

What does myriad mean?

Primarily a noun but also used as an adjective, myriad means an indefinite, very large number. Examples:   * "A myriad of lightning bugs illuminated the trees." (noun)  * (MORE)

Who created the typeface Myriad Pro and when?

Creators of Myriad ProMyriad Pro is a typeface developed for Adobe Systems by Robert Slimbach, Carol Twombly, Christopher Slye, and Fred Brady in 2000. Myriad Pro is an OpenTy (MORE)
In Colors

What are the myriad of colors?

Myriad is defined as ten thousand or great multiples, derived from the Greek. A myriad of colors, used as a noun - or myriad colors, used as an adjective - is a literary or po (MORE)

How do you use the word myriad in a sentence?

There was a myriad of mirrors in the House of Mirrors Mansion. (noun) He was confused by the myriad choices in his company's health plan. (adjective)
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Should you use Of after myriad in a sentence?

When used as a noun, yes. Myriad as a noun requires something definite that exists in a large number. Myriad as an adjective requires something to describe (as countless or in (MORE)