Synonyms for indefinitely

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Antonyms for indefinitely

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEFINITELY

He should survive, even if the event were indefinitely postponed.

Then I wished that dinner might go on indefinitely like the tea party of the Mad Hatter.

The gentleman did not know his name, and could but indefinitely describe his person.

Society is based on the family, and the clever wastrel can exploit this indefinitely.

He asked if we intended remaining at Bancroft's indefinitely.

I might go on indefinitely adding to the list, but I will cite only one more.

In Buitenzorg one might linger on indefinitely and never count the days.

It is a fixed quantity; the appetite is indefinitely expansible.

Has any man ever proved that, in this condition, one may not live on indefinitely?

Investments were lost, or lessened, or put off indefinitely in their payments.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c.; see indefinite + -ly (2).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INDEFINITELY

vaguely

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