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Definition unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • There are infinite possibilities.
infinite = unlimited
  • The number of stars seems infinite.
  • infinite = too numerous to count
  • Most human beings have an almost infinite capacity for taking things for granted.
    Aldous Huxley
  • Scrooge was better than his word. He did it all, and infinitely more; and to Tiny Tim, who did not die, he was a second father.
    Charles Dickens  --  A Christmas Carol
  • Both Buddha and Lao Tzu are poets, one listening to the rhythm of infinite sorrow, one to the rhythm of infinite joy.
    L. Cranmer-Byng  --  A Lute of Jade
  • When he entered, she looked at him, and an expression of infinite joy came over her.
    Oscar Wilde  --  The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • infinite = unlimited; without boundaries
  • He possessed infinite courage,
    F. Scott Fitzgerald  --  This Side of Paradise
  • infinite = unlimited; without boundaries
  • "I feel infinite." And Sam and Patrick looked at me like I said the greatest thing they ever heard. Because the song was that great and because we all really paid attention to it. Five minutes of a lifetime were truly spent, and we felt young in a good way.
    Stephen Chbosky  --  The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  • infinite = unlimited; without boundaries
  • They all watch, as Abigail, out of her infinite charity, reaches out and draws the sobbing Mary to her, and then looks up to Danforth.
    Arthur Miller  --  The Crucible
  • infinite = abundant (seemingly unlimited)
  • With his infinite capacity for calming turbulent seas, he could make a rape case as dry as a sermon.
    Harper Lee  --  To Kill a Mockingbird
  • infinite = unlimited
  • Reserving judgments is a matter of infinite hope.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald  --  The Great Gatsby
  • infinite = extreme
  • And the treasure of your infinite depths would be revealed to your eyes.
    Kahlil Gibran  --  The Prophet
  • infinite = unlimited (immeasurable)
  • no matter how hard Tita tried she always got an infinite number of things wrong.
    Laura Esquivel  --  Like Water for Chocolate
  • infinite = too numerous to count
  • I thanked God, in a improvised prayer, for having created mud in His infinite and wonderful universe.
    Elie Wiesel  --  Night
  • infinite = too numerous to count
  • On the contrary, they were merely casual events in a crowded summer, and, until much later, they absorbed me infinitely less than my personal affairs.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald  --  The Great Gatsby
  • infinitely = much, much
  • The fact was infinitely astonishing to him, and I recognized first the unusual quality of wonder, and then the man — it was the late patron of Gatsby's library.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald  --  The Great Gatsby
  • infinitely = hugely
  • The transactions in Montana copper that made him many times a millionaire found him physically robust but on the verge of soft-mindedness, and, suspecting this, an infinite number of women tried to separate him from his money.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald  --  The Great Gatsby
  • infinite = very large number
  • Perhaps some unbelievable guest would arrive, a person infinitely rare and to be marvelled at, some authentically radiant young girl who with one fresh glance at Gatsby, one moment of magical encounter, would blot out those five years of unwavering devotion.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald  --  The Great Gatsby
  • infinitely = exceedingly
  • An infinitely long train, composed of cattle wagons, with no roofs.
    Elie Wiesel  --  Night
  • Then he went up to the bed where his wife slept and touched her brow with infinite tenderness; she opened her eyes, and it seemed to me that her lips were brushed by a smile.
    Elie Wiesel  --  Night

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