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infinite
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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Definition
unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • A moment was not a single moment at all, but rather an infinite number of different moments, depending on who was seeing things and how.
    p. 214.9
  • "My infinite pleasure," he said seriously, and then he stood up to go.
    p. 59.7
  • When he had raised his head from the desk that night and met her eyes, she had seen in them an infinite capacity for kindness.
    p. 62.9
  • Sometimes she dreamed she was walking through Norah Henry's house, taking things from the shelves and the cupboards, filling a cloth bag, happy until she came upon Norah Henry standing by a window, her expression distant and infinitely sad.
    p. 166.8
  • They were a little like the snowflakes he'd cut out in school, but infinitely more intricate and detailed, showing entire scenes to the last detail: the state fair, a tidy living room before a fire, a picnic with exploding fireworks.
    p. 264.4
  • Frederic felt congestion had ruined Paris, but for Norah the charm was infinite, the boulangeries and the patisseries, the crepes sold from street stands, the spires of ancient buildings, the bells.
    p. 333.3

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