interminably interminably  /ˈɪn tər mɪ ˌnæb li/


  • (adv) all the time; seemingly without stopping


  1. It's the perfect way to kill that interminably long hour before you knock off work.
  2. Oh, a few suits were milling about: a clueless American League president, an interminably interim commissioner, some union people intent on protecting their floor space.
  3. In an election campaign that has been interminably dull, even by German standards, the Sept.


  • ICANN Awards Four New Internet Domains, But .amazon Is Up The Creek

    It’s been an interminably long road, but the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has finally taken its first concrete steps towards changing the way the world wide web will be navigated in future. Yesterday, it awarded contracts … Continue reading ?
    on July 18, 2013     Source: SiliconANGLE


  1. "The schedule cannot be extended interminably," Putin said, adding that "the coalmine will be restored."
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Vladimir Putin Source: People's Daily Online

  2. In his review for The Observer, Peter Preston wrote that Bernstein "is kind to Hillary; he's on her side; he's certainly chatted interminably to her friends and admirers".
    on Jul 6, 2007 By: Peter Preston Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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amiable amiable
/ˈeɪ mi ə bəl /