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infinite
used in Turtles All the Way Down

4 uses
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Definition
unlimited; without boundaries; or too numerous to count
  • I asked him if the spirals of the galaxy were infinite, and he said no, and then he asked about my spirals.
    p. 203.2
  • It just keeps tightening, infinitely.
    p. 7.8
  • There was a kind of relief in having your own smallness laid bare before you, and I realized something Davis must have already known: Spirals grow infinitely small the farther you follow them inward, but they also grow infinitely large the farther you follow them out.
    p. 284.4
  • There was a kind of relief in having your own smallness laid bare before you, and I realized something Davis must have already known: Spirals grow infinitely small the farther you follow them inward, but they also grow infinitely large the farther you follow them out.
    p. 284.5

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