Infinite [adjective]

Definition of Infinite:

limitless, without end

Opposite/Antonyms of Infinite:

Sentence/Example of Infinite:

Only by using a technique dubbed “renormalization,” which involved carefully concealing infinite quantities, could researchers sidestep bogus predictions.

Now Jayadev Athreya, David Aulicino and Patrick Hooper have shown that an infinite number of such paths do in fact exist on the dodecahedron.

The technique effectively helps mathematicians solve problems — some with infinite possibilities — by turning them into discrete, finite problems.

The photon is massless, and so electromagnetism has an infinite range.

As a consequence, inflation can’t help but produce a multiverse — a technicolor existence with an infinite variety of pocket universes, one of which we call home.

Just think of how perfectly the natural numbers line up in an infinite row.

What of the infinite goodness of God in teaching the grub of the ichneumon-fly to eat up the cabbage caterpillar alive?

I see no infinite goodness here, but only the infinite foolishness of sentimental superstition.

There were infinite possibilities for "the greaser" to pocket a goodly share of the profits, and "cover up his tracks."

He took infinite pains with everything and his enthusiasm knew no bounds.