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unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • There was infinite, modesty in the poor girl's "we."
    Chapter 5 (93% in)
  • To her mind there was nothing of the infinite about Mrs. Penniman; Catherine saw her all at once, as it were, and was not dazzled by the apparition; whereas her father's great faculties seemed, as they stretched away, to lose themselves in a sort of luminous vagueness, which indicated, not that they stopped, but that Catherine's own mind ceased to follow them.
    Chapter 2 (87% in)
  • "Their number is infinite!" said Mrs. Penniman, in a tone which seemed to suggest that this convenient faculty was one of her brightest attributes.
    Chapter 21 (62% in)
  • This was close reasoning; but it was commingled with an infinite amount of merely instinctive penitence.
    Chapter 22 (37% in)
  • It is infinitely more probable that he got rid of her.
    Chapter 32 (30% in)

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