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used in The Poisonwood Bible

6 uses
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unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • I suppose they must have thought our wealth was infinite.
    Book 3 — Judges (12% in)
  • It was to be our first African miracle: an infinite chain of benevolence rising from these small, crackling seed packets, stretching out from our garden into a circle of other gardens, flowing outward across the Congo like ripples from a rock dropped in a pond.
    Book 1 — Genesis (38% in)
  • Father believes they will choose the Lord's infinite love, and us, of course, as we are God's special delegation to Kilanga.
    Book 3 — Judges (42% in)
  • It occurs to me I have access to an infinite variety of narcotic drugs.
    Book 5 — Exodus (46% in)
  • It's negotiation, infinitely ordered and endless.
    Book 5 — Exodus (55% in)
  • I look at my four boys, who are the colors of silt, loam, dust, and clay, an infinite palette for children of their own, and I understand that time erases whiteness altogether.
    Book 6 — Song of the Children (67% in)

There are no more uses of "infinite" in The Poisonwood Bible.

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