How do you use myriad in a sentence?

Myriad can be defined as "a large indefinite number" (noun) or "innumerable" (adjective).

Examples :

"While in the forest, I was surrounded by a myriad of trees."

"The college offers myriad studies and courses."

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NOTE

The word myriad became an adjective in its conventional form, from the Greek murios, but the original muriad ("ten thousand") was used primarily as a noun. Both forms have come to be used in English.

"The old-fashioned candy store featured myriad textures and flavors."

"This old-fashioned candy store has a myriad of textures and flavors."
a myriad is 10000 in greek, but can also many a very large number, like a myriad of stars