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used in The Bourne Identity

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unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • And something else that's infinitely more important.
    Chapter 2 (91% in)
  • Because the wolf is faster, infinitely more aggressive.
    Chapter 6 (97% in)
  • His death would be news in itself, his murder infinitely more so.
    Chapter 13 (68% in)
  • Unfortunately, racial appearances and languages made participation infinitely more dangerous than, say, the German and Dutch undergrounds, or the French Resistance in World War Two.
    Chapter 16 (26% in)
  • The old man frowned; he was frightened, not for his life, but for something infinitely more indispensable.
    Chapter 20 (70% in)
  • You must have driven an infinitely harder one to do what you're doing now.
    Chapter 30 (83% in)
  • But it was the truth as he knew the truth, infinitely more exculpatory after his death than before it.
    Chapter 35 (4% in)

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