If we could bokanovskify indefinitely the whole problem would be solved.
"But, alas," the Director shook his head, "we can’t bokanovskify indefinitely."
They seemed to have imagined that it could be allowed to go on indefinitely, regardless of everything else.
They were all crying together; and, intoxicated by the noise, the unanimity, the sense of rhythmical atonement, they might, it seemed, have gone on for hours-almost indefinitely.
Repeated indefinitely, as though by a train of mirrors, two faces, one a hairless and freckled moon haloed in orange, the other a thin, beaked bird-mask, stubbly with two days’ beard, turned angrily towards him.
There are no more uses of "indefinitely" in the book.
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I need a deadline. This can not go on indefinitely.