ad infinitum[ ad in-fuh-nahy-tuh m, ad in- ]SEE DEFINITION OF ad infinitum
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This tariff of favours and of infamy descends 'ad infinitum'.
We relive and redie and redie and relive, endlessly, ad infinitum.
There have been republics (so-called) ad infinitum and ad nauseam.
If this is also moving, it must be moved by a third, and so on ad infinitum.
Every mechanical cause has its cause in turn, and so ad infinitum.
And so on, ad infinitum; it is enough to give the hint for the play.
Similarly a woman becomes a "skirt," and so on ad infinitum.
Fall in, and you are expected to stay in, ad infinitum, ad nauseam.
She would arouse at first a very few, and then a few more, and a few more, and so on ad infinitum.
A man might put on a dress, save it, go back and put on another, and so on ad infinitum.
Latin, literally "to infinity" from infinitum "infinity," neuter of adjective infinitus "endless" (see infinite).