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infinite
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Crime and Punishment
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  • He lay for half an hour in such anguish, such an intolerable sensation of infinite terror as he had never experienced before.
  • She knew only that he was terribly, infinitely unhappy.
  • It will be infinitely more to your advantage and to my advantage too, for my task will be done.
  • There was something infinitely hideous and shocking in that laugh, in those eyes, in such nastiness in the face of a child.
  • Her eyes, fixed upon him, betrayed horror and infinite grief.
  • Why did I let her know?" he cried a minute later in despair, looking with infinite anguish at her.

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  • There are infinite possibilities.
  • The number of stars seems infinite.

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