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used in Dracula

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unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • When I described Lucy's symptoms, the same as before, but infinitely more marked, he looked very grave, but said nothing.
    Chapter 10 (13% in)
  • Then he began to chat of all things except ourselves and diseases and with such an infinite geniality that I could see poor Lucy's pretense of animation merge into reality.
    Chapter 9 (74% in)
  • He wore a look of stern sadness and infinite pity.
    Chapter 11 (17% in)
  • For answer he put his hand on my shoulder, and said, with infinite tenderness, "Friend John, I pity your poor bleeding heart, and I love you the more because it does so bleed.
    Chapter 13 (16% in)
  • He held my hand in his, and said to me with, oh, such infinite sweetness, "My life is a barren and lonely one, and so full of work that I have not had much time for friendships, but since I have been summoned to here by my friend John Seward I have known so many good people and seen such nobility that I feel more than ever, and it has grown with my advancing years, the loneliness of my life.
    Chapter 14 (42% in)
  • He saw too, what we all did, the infinite kindness which suggested that his should be the hand which would restore Lucy to us as a holy, and not an unholy, memory.
    Chapter 16 (73% in)
  • I felt an infinite pity for him, and opened my arms unthinkingly.
    Chapter 17 (89% in)
  • "You too, my dearest," she said, with infinite yearning of pity in her voice and eyes.
    Chapter 25 (16% in)

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