endlessness endlessness


  • (n) the property of being (or seeming to be) without end


  1. Diana's miraculous survival does not depend solely on the endlessness of investigations.
  2. Nothing better illustrated the endlessness of the hostage dilemma than the threat that Joseph Cicippio would quickly succeed Higgins as the next dangling man.
  3. The spare immensities of The Executioner's Song turned into the sheer endlessness of Ancient Evenings, his grand blunder into the Egypt of the pharaohs.


  • "The soul is the endlessness of our beings," Minogue stated. "The soul is infinite and we're just passing through. God is either a universal energy outside of us or a life force within us. Or both."
    on Mar 18, 2004 By: Kylie Minogue Source: Malaysia Star

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ennui ennui
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