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interminable
used in Lucky by Sebold

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Definition
seemingly endless; or long and unpleasant (often boring or annoying)
  • During one interminable afternoon, when the girls of our floor sat cross-legged on the grass outside the dining hall, listening to a lecture on how to do laundry, I thought I had been dropped off at a camp for morons by my parents.
    Chapter Six (37% in)
  • We had to wait what seemed an interminable time in the emergency room.
    Chapter Thirteen (17% in)

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