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synonyms for infinitude

  • boundlessness
  • continuity
  • continuum
  • eternity
  • expanse
  • extent
  • immensity
  • limitlessness
  • myriad
  • perpetuity
  • sempiternity
  • space
  • ubiquity
  • vastness
  • beyond
  • endless time
  • immeasurability
  • unlimited space
  • vastitude
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antonyms for infinitude

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  • definiteness
  • ending
  • limitation
  • single
  • portion
  • handful
  • minority
  • zero
  • little
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                          How to use infinitude in a sentence

                          The aim of physics is to understand in a precise, mathematical way all manifestation of matter and energy in the universe — and we have barely started to explore this infinitude of possibilities.
                          CONTEMPLATING THE END OF PHYSICSROBBERT DIJKGRAAFNOVEMBER 24, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
                          Our solar system is thus very isolated in the vastness of Infinitude.
                          ASTRONOMY FOR AMATEURSCAMILLE FLAMMARION
                          Southwards in one huge curve of nearly forty miles stretches the low coast of Holderness, seemingly continued into infinitude.
                          YORKSHIRE PAINTED AND DESCRIBEDGORDON HOME
                          Ten years—ten short, rapid years had lapsed away into the infinitude of the past, and mighty changes had marked their progress.
                          GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE VOL XXXII NO. 6 JUNE 1848VARIOUS
                          Elsewhere they lie alone among the sands, as if lost in the midst of the infinitude of some dead sea-shore.
                          EGYPT (LA MORT DE PHILAE)PIERRE LOTI
                          Give him but that, and he will find for man an everlasting worship, and raise for God a cathedral worthy of his infinitude.
                          STUDIES OF CHRISTIANITYJAMES MARTINEAU
                          It suggests an infinitude of greenhouses reflecting sunbeams at a variety of angles of incidence.'
                          CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE
                          Every subject, said Burke—we remember his remark, though not the very words—branches out into infinitude.
                          BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 58, NUMBER 358, AUGUST 1845VARIOUS
                          The variety of lovely effects, the infinitude of change, is something not to be believed by any who has not seen it.
                          THE LETTERS OF MARK TWAIN, VOLUME 4, 1886-1900MARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
                          For that moment, infinitude was to him not a name, but a reality.
                          SERMONS PREACHED AT BRIGHTONFREDERICK W. ROBERTSON
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                          WORDS RELATED TO INFINITUDE

                          • endlessness
                          • immeasurability
                          • immeasurableness
                          • inexhaustibility
                          • inexhaustibleness
                          • infiniteness
                          • infinitude
                          • limitlessness
                          • unlimitedness
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