interminably

  • 1 Interminably — In*ter mi*na*bly, adv. Without end or limit. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 interminably — index ad infinitum Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 interminably — interminable ► ADJECTIVE ▪ endless. DERIVATIVES interminably adverb. ORIGIN Latin interminabilis, from in not + terminare to end …

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  • 4 interminably — adverb all the time; seemingly without stopping a theological student with whom I argued interminably her nagging went on endlessly • Syn: ↑endlessly • Derived from adjective: ↑endless (for: ↑endlessly), ↑ …

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  • 5 interminably — adverb see interminable …

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  • 6 interminably — See interminability. * * * …

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  • 7 interminably — adverb a) in an interminable manner b) seemingly endless …

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  • 8 interminably — Synonyms and related words: ad infinitum, again and again, and night, at a stretch, boundlessly, ceaselessly, connectedly, constantly, continually, continuously, cumulatively, cyclically, day after day, endlessly, enduringly, eternally,… …

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  • 9 interminably — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. endlessly, continually, going on and on, persistently; see forever 1 , frequently , regularly 2 …

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  • 10 interminably — adv. endlessly, without end; without limit …

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  • 11 interminably — in·ter·mi·na·bly …

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  • 12 interminably — See: interminable …

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  • 13 endlessly — adverb 1. continuing forever without end (Freq. 2) there are infinitely many possibilities • Syn: ↑infinitely • Ant: ↑finitely (for: ↑infinitely) …

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  • 14 forever — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adv. always, ever, eternally; incessantly, unceasingly. See durability, perpetuity. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [For all time] Syn. everlastingly, permanently, always, eternally, immortally, until the end… …

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  • 15 interminable — in|ter|mi|na|ble [ınˈtə:mınəbəl US ə:r ] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Late Latin; Origin: interminabilis, from Latin terminare; TERMINATE] very long and boring = ↑endless ▪ interminable delays >interminably adv ▪ an interminably long speech …

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  • 16 interminable — [[t]ɪntɜ͟ː(r)mɪnəb(ə)l[/t]] ADJ (emphasis) If you describe something as interminable, you are emphasizing that it continues for a very long time and indicating that you wish it was shorter or would stop. ...an interminable meeting. Syn: endless… …

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  • 17 interminable — adjective very long and boring: interminable delays interminably adverb: an interminably long speech …

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  • 18 forever — [adv1] for all time; everlasting always, durably, endlessly, enduringly, eternally, evermore, everything considered*, for always, forevermore, for good*, for keeps*, for life*, immortally, infinitely, in perpetuity, in perpetuum, interminably,… …

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  • 19 Forever — For*ev er (f[o^]r*[e^]v [ e]r), adv. [For, prep. + ever.] 1. Through eternity; through endless ages; eternally. [1913 Webster] 2. At all times; always. [1913 Webster] Note: In England, for and ever are usually written and printed as two separate… …

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  • 20 Forever and ever — Forever For*ev er (f[o^]r*[e^]v [ e]r), adv. [For, prep. + ever.] 1. Through eternity; through endless ages; eternally. [1913 Webster] 2. At all times; always. [1913 Webster] Note: In England, for and ever are usually written and printed as two… …

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