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[ in-fuh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF infinite

Synonyms for infinite

  • absolute
  • bottomless
  • boundless
  • enormous
  • eternal
  • everlasting
  • immeasurable
  • immense
  • incalculable
  • inexhaustible
  • interminable
  • never-ending
  • perpetual
  • unending
  • untold
  • vast
  • million
  • total
  • all-embracing
  • enduring
  • illimitable
  • incessant
  • inestimable
  • measureless
  • no end of
  • no end to
  • numberless
  • perdurable
  • sempiternal
  • stupendous
  • supertemporal
  • supreme
  • unbounded
  • uncounted
  • wide
  • without limit
  • without number
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Antonyms for infinite

  • bounded
  • brief
  • calculable
  • ceasing
  • ending
  • ephemeral
  • finite
  • intermittent
  • limited
  • little
  • measurable
  • minute
  • restricted
  • small
  • temporary
  • terminable
  • tiny
  • transient
  • confined
  • countable
  • definite
  • fleeting
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFINITE

It was only the infinite mercy of God that I didn't kill him.

Of the Infinite the finite mind can only catch a finite glimpse.

That is my chief point with regard to the Infinite—that it must be here.

For a race which has the infinite as its goal the word must be on and on.

His gaze, however, though not its direction, was still to the infinite.

Finally, he spoke again, and now there was an infinite contentment in the rich voice.

There was infinite pathos in the tones as she repeated the words so fraught with dreadfulness.

Instead, there was only an infinite sadness, while she spoke very gently.

Or was it the infinite humour of Falstaff which attracted him?

But we must not expect with our finite mind to comprehend the infinite God.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "eternal, limitless," also "extremely great in number," from Old French infinit "endless, boundless," and directly from Latin infinitus "unbounded, unlimited," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + finitus "defining, definite," from finis "end" (see finish). The noun meaning "that which is infinite" is from 1580s.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INFINITE

absolute

adjectivewithout limit
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