indefinite

[ in-def-uh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF indefinite

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEFINITE

She was beginning to inspire him with an indefinite uneasiness.

After an indefinite pause, she asked, "Shall you be going to St. Johnswort?"

I attempted to pacify her by an indefinite reply to her inquiries, but in vain.

The Grand Plan was ambitious, indefinite, but they could not give it up.

It put a name to that gnawing, indefinite feeling she had been too intent to own.

Our pilgrimage was, apparently, ended—it had become an indefinite stay.

The asteroid was too tiny to give him indefinite concealment.

The rags that clothed his body were confusing and indefinite.

And the mate, tormented by indefinite alarms and forebodings, regretted it.

The current conception of progress is shifting and indefinite.

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