interminable

[ in-tur-muh-nuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF interminable
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For three interminable minutes we faced each other without a move.

Their conversations are interminable; but, when will she be tired of him?

There was little conversation during that interminable hour.

It seemed like being lost in an interminable dream of horror.

He almost stifled beneath the interminable expanse of foliage.

After what seemed an interminable wait, Mr. Baker glanced at his watch, then rose.

An interminable and sustained howl completed my discomfiture.

This is one of the coldest days of this most damnable and interminable winter.

He paid an interminable visit, and we asked him to stop and dine with us.

His footsteps seemed to measure the interminable duration of the night.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Late Latin interminabilis, from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + terminabilis, from terminalis (see terminal). Related: Interminably.

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