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."



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