She worked swiftly, feeling inordinately clear-headed.
I therefore expect to make an inordinate profit-and you’re going to earn it for me.
Yes, I think I’ll earn your inordinate profit for you.
But a week later they announced, with an inordinate amount of publicity, that they were endowing the construction of a playground for the children of the unemployed.
Scientists are an inordinate luxury these days-and there aren’t many people or establishments left who’re able to afford necessities, let alone luxuries.
This-she thought, looking at the mine-was the story of human wealth written across the mountains: a few pine trees hung over the cut, contorted by the storms that had raged through the wilderness for centuries, six men worked on the shelves, and an inordinate amount of complex machinery traced delicate lines against the sky; the machinery did most of the work.
There are no more uses of "inordinate" in the book.