How To Use Infinitude In A Sentence

  • Science would still be confronted with the same illimitability of space, the same infinitude of matter, and the same incomprehensibility of the world-arranging intelligence that lies beyond. Life: Its True Genesis
  • For people such as us, who are obsessed with the recursive nature of signs, it is like a series of mirrors reflecting each other into a distorted infinitude of mixed interpretations and intentions.
  • The sublime in Aviram's theory is ‘a sense of infinitude, or excess, specifically in relation to language’, thereby rhythm exists beyond the contingencies of semantic meaning.
  • In his scenes we have the infinitude of soft silver beach, the rolling tumultuousness of a boundless sea, and twisted cedars mounted like toiling ships on the crests of undulating sand-hills. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 11, No. 27, June, 1873
  • Alice followed Lady Glencora across the passage into what she called her dressing-room, and there found herself surrounded by an infinitude of feminine luxuries. Can You Forgive Her?
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  • Our proposition is, that the finite is to be vested in a wager, in which there is an equal chance of gain and loss, and _infinitude to gain_.” Pascal
  • The loveliness of Internet is infinitude and colorful, but strengthen to manage it.
  • As Mr Fowles again points out, we find ourselves adrift on a raft, in a silent, unyielding universe, dominated by hazard and infinitude.
  • The rivers of emancipated men neither disembogue into the ocean of spirit nor evaporate into the abyss of nonentity, but are blended with infinitude as an ontological integer. The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life
  • The reformation of system of college grad employment brings developmental opportunity for the work of our country's college grad employment and infinitude stress as well.
  • `Now shall we all, together, reflect upon the infinitude of existence," Leo began with an earnest quaver in his voice. SORT OF RICH
  • Many of Page's poems offer other varieties of infinitude.
  • A shroud of thick clouds obscured its furthest side, giving the illusion of infinitude.
  • He must surely have meant that, when you listen to a masterpiece, you have a sense that you are in the presence of infinitude.
  • I beg for each and all of you confirmations and assistance from the threshold of oneness, so that those gatherings may become ignited like unto candles, in the republics of America, enkindling the light of the love of God in the hearts; thus the rays of the heavenly teachings may begem and brighten the states of America like the infinitude of immensity with the stars of the Most Great Guidance. Tablets of the Divine Plan
  • To portray God in human form in a two-dimensional fresco is to limit God's infinitude that is infinitely beyond the powers of the human mind to perceive.
  • One suspects its intricacies are a shorthand for infinitude.
  • This theorem, also called the infinitude of primes theorem, was proved by Euclid in Proposition IX.20 of the Elements.
  • Likewise, people consistently use two-word epithets to designate specific organisms within a larger group of organisms, despite there being an infinitude of potentially more logical methods.
  • Romantics like me will have to reimagine our passions as they are - unmoored to earth, like an infinitude of cell-phone messages flying through the atmosphere.
  • Likewise, people consistently use two-word epithets to designate specific organisms within a larger group of organisms, despite there being an infinitude of potentially more logical methods.
  • Because, she was beginning to see, there was between people an infinitude of possibilities which might be realised. INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3
  • To say understanding depletes the object understood, and by extension the whole objective world, is merely to say that specificities limit infinitude.
  • It's a novel of stories within stories that aspires to the condition of the imaginary book at its shifting centre - infinitude.
  • A shroud of thick clouds obscured its furthest side, giving the illusion of infinitude.
  • Above him towered infinitude, immensity, potent on his mind through shape to his eye in a soaring dome of blue -- the one visible symbol informed and insouled of the eternal, to reveal itself thereby. Sir Gibbie
  • In addition to supporting their validity, it provides a clearer sense of the relation between infinitude, singularity, and whole - part priority, and of the status of space and time as infinite ‘givens.’

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