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used in Of Human Bondage

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for an unspecified, but long period of time; or forever
  • He had chronic bronchitis, but many old men had that and lived on indefinitely.
    99-100 — Chapters 99-100 (48% in)
  • Athelny was a little confused; he had led Philip to expect something much more splendid; on the other hand he was too poor to go on providing him indefinitely with board and lodging.
    101-102 — Chapters 101-102 (67% in)
  • He saw himself going on with that life, first to the right, second on the left, madam, indefinitely; and having to be thankful if he was not sent away: the men who had gone to the war would be coming home soon, the firm had guaranteed to take them back, and this must mean that others would be sacked; he would have to stir himself even to keep the wretched post he had.
    105-106 — Chapters 105-106 (18% in)
  • But if that happened Philip was quite determined what to do, he would not go on in that way indefinitely; his life was only tolerable because he could look forward to something better.
    105-106 — Chapters 105-106 (26% in)

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