endlessness

[ UK /ˈɛndləsnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the property of being (or seeming to be) without end
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How To Use endlessness In A Sentence

  • All his life he had secretly grieved over his friendlessness. Kangaroo
  • Its endlessness, the soothing sound, the fresh sea wind, the way the waves sparkle in the sunlight, and the creatures that live in it. Day 5 random holiday thoughts
  • Who would counsel his son to undergo the countless risks of poor married life, to remove the beloved girl from comfort and competence, and subject her to debt, misery, privation, friendlessness, sickness, and the hundred gloomy consequences of the res angusta domi? The Virginians
  • The dreadful crushing of the animal spirits, the ever-prevailing sense of friendlessness and homelessness consequent on this state of things, began ere long to produce mortal effects on my constitution Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte
  • The endlessness of the universe is that of the space, and the existence of such endlessness assert pressure beyond our wildest dreams.
  • If it had been definitively finished, in a way it would have been ruined, because it is all about the endlessness of the Law. James Elkins: Using Google Art To Explore Famous, Unfinished Paintings
  • Dreading the finality of closing time, of exchanging warmth, light, conviviality for the loneliness of a rented room, hideous dreams, insomnia—-the endlessness of night, they start a new game, comparing scars. Scars
  • The nine large oil paintings and six smaller studies in ink on paper interpret the fear and fascination that endlessness has held for famous writers and mathematicians.
  • Longtime Beck-watchers said he has always made references to his faith journey, his conversion from Catholicism to Mormonism, his crediting God with saving him from drug and alcohol abuse, professional obscurity and "friendlessness. Glenn Beck may be unlikely leader for conservative Christians
  • But Synecdoche, New York is not without its problems, the greatest of which is that it introduces a kind of endlessness that then consumes it. Bright Lights After Dark
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