Definition of numerously in US English:

numerously

adverb

  • See numerous

    • ‘A petition was immediately signed, most respectably and numerously, for her respite and pardon.’
    • ‘Our prayer meetings were more numerously attended twenty years ago and fifteen years ago than they are now.’
    • ‘One of the reasons offered for chess clubs not being more numerously attended is the fact that the clubs were situated in the heart of town and the majority of players in the suburbs.’
    • ‘Herring gulls nest numerously here, as they do at Emery and other points already passed.’
    • ‘There is scarcely a part of the county without a school, which in summer is numerously attended.’
    • ‘This ball took place at the Corn Exchange Rooms on Friday evening and was fashionably and most numerously attended.’
    • ‘The National School, which is numerously attended, is supported partly by endowment, and partly by subscriptions.’
    • ‘The President's weekly levees are numerously attended by strangers and citizens, but the proportion of Congressmen and military officials is small.’

Pronunciation

numerously

/ˈn(y)o͞om(ə)rəslē//ˈn(j)um(ə)rəsli/