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interminable
used in Great Expectations

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Definition
seemingly endless; or long and unpleasant (often boring or annoying)
  • That I had a fever and was avoided, that I suffered greatly, that I often lost my reason, that the time seemed interminable, that I confounded impossible existences with my own identity; that I was a brick in the house-wall, and yet entreating to be released from the giddy place where the builders had set me; that I was a steel beam of a vast engine, clashing and whirling over a gulf, and yet that I implored in my own person to have the engine stopped, and my part in it hammered off;...
    Chapter 57 (12% in)

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