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indefinitely
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Anna Karenina
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  • All that was painful in his relations with Anna, all the feeling of indefiniteness left by their conversation, had slipped out of his mind.
  • It might be bad, this new position, but it would be clear; there would be no indefiniteness or falsehood about it.
  • But of late new inner relations had arisen between him and her, which frightened Vronsky by their indefiniteness.
  • What indefiniteness is there in the position? on the contrary….
  • The indefiniteness consists in your imagining that I am free.
  • Above all for your sake," he repeated, frowning as though in pain, "because I am certain that the greater part of your irritability comes from the indefiniteness of the position."

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  • I need a deadline. This can not go on indefinitely.
  • I move to postpone the motion indefinitely.

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