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Not Always LiteralPlay
Myriad as a noun doesn't always mean a specific number, but rather a large, indefinite quantity. SlideShe faced a myriad of challenges starting her new business.
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With 'of' UsagePlay
When used as a noun, 'myriad' is often followed by 'of' to introduce what there is a lot of. SlideThe museum offered a myriad of artifacts from ancient times.
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Abstract ConceptsPlay
Use 'myriad' for both tangible and intangible concepts, like thoughts, feelings, or items. SlideHe had a myriad of ideas for his project.