interminably

[ in-tur-muh-nuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF interminably
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERMINABLY

If the ushers were to be believed, the discussion was likely to go on interminably.

Flanked by guards, they went down a corridor which stretched on interminably.

That seemed a day of days to Bracy, and interminably long and wearisome.

The close of the afternoon was approaching, and this slope was interminably long.

This story of Taffy would go on interminably, and everybody loved it.

But the poem was flowing on interminably; I began to mistrust my memory.

How the throng stream on interminably, the streets like river-beds, full to their banks!

It seemed to her that she went on saying "yes" interminably.

How dreadfully cold it is, and how interminably long the winter seems!

The dark dripping walls on either side of them stretched on interminably.

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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