finitely finitely


  • (adv) with a finite limit


  1. Their marching and twirling routines are in finitely more intricate than football plays, their costumes more beguiling, their pride and discipline more astonishing.
  2. The geostrophic jolt, statesmen grimly reveal, has knocked the earth 11 off its axis and, what is in finitely worse, has steeply deflected its orbit.
  3. The only thing snow may not be is in finitely variable.


  1. "The script de finitely rang true to me, having just gone through my own experience of having babies for the first time," said Lopez. "All the little jokes about what it is to be pregnant - being tired, insatiably hungry and the hormonal...
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Jennifer Lopez Source: Malay Mail

  2. "I think it wasde finitely elevated," Chicago coach Joel Quenneville said of his team's physical play.
    on Apr 20, 2010 By: Joel Quenneville Source: (blog)

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