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interminable
used in David Copperfield

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Definition seemingly endless; or long and unpleasant — such as boring or annoying
  • The Doctor, with a complacent smile, was reading aloud some manuscript explanation or statement of a theory out of that interminable Dictionary, and she was looking up at him.
    Chapters 16-18 (45% in)
  • Refreshment — a — underneath this roof — particularly punch — would — a — choke me — unless — I had — previously — choked the eyes — out of the head — a — of — interminable cheat, and liar — HEEP!
    Chapters 49-51 (27% in)
  • Every appearance it had then presented, bore the expression of being swelled; and the height to which the breakers rose, and, looking over one another, bore one another down, and rolled in, in interminable hosts, was most appalling.
    Chapters 55-57 (29% in)

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