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interminable
used in Oliver Twist

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seemingly endless; or long and unpleasant (often boring or annoying)
  • CHAPTER XLV NOAH CLAYPOLE IS EMPLOYED BY FAGIN ON A SECRET MISSION The old man was up, betimes, next morning, and waited impatiently for the appearance of his new associate, who after a delay that seemed interminable, at length presented himself, and commenced a voracious assault on the breakfast.
    Chapter 45 — Noah Claypole is Employed by Fagin on a Secret Mission (3% in)

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