interminable

Part of speech: adverb

Interminably.

Part of speech: adjective

Endless in fact or seeming.

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Usage examples "interminable":

  1. There were interminable verses. - "One Woman's Life", Robert Herrick.
  2. Through the opposite window, which of course was at the other end of the room, the view extended down the coast for a great distance, showing point after point, and headland after headland, in dim perspective- with a long line of surf rolling incessantly upon the beach, which seemed, in that direction, interminable. - "Rollo in Holland", Jacob Abbott.
  3. How pleasant it is to sit before such a fire, and to think that our interminable forests, will supply abundant fuel, for the inhabitants of our cities for hundreds of years to come. - "Papers from Overlook-House", Casper Almore.