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infinite
used in The Hound of the Baskervilles

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Definition
unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • Yet may we shelter ourselves in the infinite goodness of Providence, which would not forever punish the innocent beyond that third or fourth generation which is threatened in Holy Writ.
    Chapter 2 — The Curse of the Baskervilles (43% in)
  • Always there was this feeling of an unseen force, a fine net drawn round us with infinite skill and delicacy, holding us so lightly that it was only at some supreme moment that one realized that one was indeed entangled in its meshes.
    Chapter 11 — The Man on the Tor (91% in)
  • In that impassive, colourless man, with his straw hat and his butterfly-net, I seemed to see something terrible—a creature of infinite patience and craft, with a smiling face and a murderous heart.
    Chapter 12 — Death on the Moor (33% in)

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