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used in Gone with the Wind

4 uses
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for an unspecified, but long period of time; or forever
  • If her stay was pleasant, she would remain indefinitely.
    2.8 (65% in)
  • You could laugh softly at them and when they came flying to see why you laughed, you could refuse to tell them and laugh harder and keep them around indefinitely trying to find out.
    2.9 (46% in)
  • But even with this thought, she would pray fervently that he would remain indefinitely.
    3.30 (80% in)
  • He had worked hard for it, so he could marry Suellen in the spring and if he parted with it, his wedding would be postponed indefinitely.
    4.35 (25% in)

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