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infinite
used in Candide

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Definition
unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • Candide, almost prostrating himself before him, cried: "Master Pangloss has well said that all is for the best in this world, for I am infinitely more touched by your extreme generosity than with the inhumanity of that gentleman in the black coat and his lady."
    Chapter 3 (91% in)

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