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  • His family is as old as the hills, and infinitely more respectable.
  • All things have an end, even houses that people take infinite pains to see and are tired of before they begin to see them.
  • I would infinitely rather destroy myself—infinitely rather!
  • I would infinitely rather destroy myself—infinitely rather!
  • We both felt intrusive and out of place, and we both thought that Mrs. Pardiggle would have got on infinitely better if she had not had such a mechanical way of taking possession of people.
  • On the strength of these profound views, he in the most ingenious manner takes infinite pains to counterplot when there is no plot, and plays the deepest games of chess without any adversary.
  • The learned gentleman who is always so tremendously indignant at the unprecedented outrage committed on the feelings of his client by the opposite party that he never seems likely to recover it is doing infinitely better than might be expected in Switzerland.
  • Sir Leicester is reading with infinite gravity and state when the door opens, and the Mercury in powder makes this strange announcement, "The young man, my Lady, of the name of Guppy."
  • It had given me a pang to hear him sob and see the tears start out between his fingers, but that was infinitely less affecting to me than the hopeful animation with which he said these words.
  • My dear Caroline"—he would turn to his daughter-in-law with infinite generosity and protection—"want for nothing, my love.
  • "I suppose the Lord Chancellor, and the Vice Chancellors, and the whole Chancery battery of great guns would be infinitely astonished by such unreason and injustice in one of their suitors," pursued my guardian.
  • However, there is great rejoicing and a very hearty company and infinite enjoyment, and Mr. George comes bluff and martial through it all, and his pledge to be present at the marriage and give away the bride is received with universal favour.
  • Mr. Bagnet merely distinguishes that epoch in the musical instrument business by kissing the children with an extra smack before breakfast, smoking an additional pipe after dinner, and wondering towards evening what his poor old mother is thinking about it—a subject of infinite speculation, and rendered so by his mother having departed this life twenty years.
  • Oh!" said the old lady, apostrophizing him with infinite vehemence.
  • Skimpole said to Mr. Boythorn’s infinite delight) as if he were a considerable landed proprietor in heaven.

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

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