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infinite
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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Definition
unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • What made Mr. Merrill infinitely more attractive was that he was full of doubt; he expressed our doubt in the most eloquent and sympathetic ways.
    p. 114.2
  • It took no effort to watch—it was infinitely more beneficial to the soul, and to the intelligence, to read or to listen—and what she imagined there was to watch on TV appalled her; she had, of course, only read about it.
    p. 261.0
  • Of course, if an infinite series of movers and things moved were possible, with no first mover, then the whole infinity of movers and things moved would be instruments.
    p. 544.9

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