infinitely

adverb in·fi·nite·ly \ ˈin-fə-nət-lē \
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of infinitely

: to an infinite or seemingly infinite extent or degree
  • an infinitely large number
  • It is clear that when an infinite number of positive quantities are added, the result will be infinitely large unless the quantities diminish in size to zero.
  • —Dan Kalman
  • … we know that the world is infinitely more complicated than the child thinks.
  • —Robert Penn Warren
  • … in learning about the amazing complexity of the computer, we come to appreciate the infinitely more amazing complexity of the human brain …
  • —Alex Raskin
  • He swivels his head almost 360 degrees, like a Japanese puppet-balloon held aloft on a stick. The face is infinitely old, infinitely wise, very catlike.
  • —Maxine Kumin

First Known Use of infinitely

15th century


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