One of the questions we're regularly asked is "What is the correct way to use the word myriad?"
Well, the word myriad can be used two ways. You can use it as an adjective, its conventional form: "This old-fashioned candy store offers myriad textures and flavours." And, because language evolves, it is now acceptable to use it as a noun: "This old-fashioned candy store is a myriad of textures and flavours."
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