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synonyms for finite

  • definite
  • fixed
  • limited
  • restricted
  • bound
  • bounded
  • circumscribed
  • conditioned
  • confined
  • definable
  • delimited
  • demarcated
  • determinate
  • exact
  • precise
  • specific
  • terminable
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antonyms for finite

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  • indefinite
  • unfixed
  • unlimited
  • endless
  • infinite
  • interminable
  • unrestricted
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How to use finite in a sentence

US vetting requirements, capacity limitations at refugee resettlement agencies, and a finite number of slots available under the current refugee admissions cap could all contribute to delays in bringing them to American soil.
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Giving students early access to Pell meant drawing down finite dollars, as the grants can only be used for 12 semesters.
FEDS TO END DUAL-ENROLLMENT EXPERIMENT, DISAPPOINTING PARTICIPATING COLLEGESDANIELLE DOUGLAS-GABRIELAUGUST 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
These so-called infinite-dimensional matrices have a very different algebra from finite-dimensional ones.
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As you might have expected, f was less than 1, meaning the chain had a finite length.
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Until the 1960s, scientists believed that the number of neurons and synaptic connections in the human brain were finite and that, once damaged, these brain cells could not be replaced.
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You can clean grips and tape as often as you want, but bear in mind that tape especially has a finite life.
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A team’s franchise rights, which never expire, automatically get treated like a pharmaceutical company’s patent on a blockbuster drug, which has a finite life span.
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Likewise, they note that in fully settled galaxies, the finite lifetime of civilizations may result in densely populated neighborhoods surrounded by population voids.
FERMI PARADOX: HERE’S WHAT AN ALIEN CIVILIZATION SETTLING THE GALAXY LOOKS LIKEJASON DORRIERJUNE 27, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
There are only a finite number of bitcoins in the system—21 million total, to be exact.
RENEWABLE ENERGY CAN’T CURE BITCOIN’S ENVIRONMENTAL WOESMONROE HAMMONDJUNE 21, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Whether they’re seeing patients virtually or in the flesh, there are a finite number of mental-health professionals with a finite number of hours in their days.
TELETHERAPY AIMED TO MAKE MENTAL HEALTH CARE MORE INCLUSIVE. THE DATA SHOW A DIFFERENT STORYJAMIE DUCHARMEJUNE 14, 2021TIME
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WORDS RELATED TO FINITE

  • belted
  • bordered
  • boundaried
  • circumscribed
  • compassed
  • contiguous
  • defined
  • definite
  • delimited
  • determinate
  • encircled
  • enclosed
  • encompassed
  • enveloped
  • finite
  • flanked
  • fringed
  • girdled
  • limitary
  • restricted
  • rimmed
  • ringed
  • surrounded
  • walled
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