endlessness


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end·less

 (ĕnd′lĭs)
adj.
1. Being or seeming to be without an end or limit; boundless: an endless universe; an endless conversation.
2. Formed with the ends joined; continuous: an endless chain.

end′less·ly adv.
end′less·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.endlessness - the property of being (or seeming to be) without end
length, duration - continuance in time; "the ceremony was of short duration"; "he complained about the length of time required"
ceaselessness, continuousness, incessancy, incessantness - the quality of something that continues without end or interruption

endlessness

noun
References in classic literature ?
Such is the endlessness, yea, the intolerableness of all earthly effort.
It gave you an awful sense of the infinity of space and of the endlessness of time.
You read the consciousness of life that it is alive; but still no further away, no endlessness of life.
nothing more than heartstrings, a tugging vacuum of endlessness,
What word so explosive as that one Palestinian word with the endlessness of its fall-out?
Underlining the endlessness of the time, Mqhayi uses an ideophone to strengthen the notion that the sentinel is looking over there for hours in a way of "sinking like a stone in the river".
I would like then, finally, to turn to Warhol's proto-structural films of the 1960s, which, in largely doing away with cross-cutting and thus with secondary identification, isolate primary identification--identification with the camera's look--in its insatiability, its endlessness (its boringness), and its essential perverseness.
Thus none of these elements seems to come within time's "bending sickle's compass," which substantiates on the level of visual meanings the scholar's belief in the endlessness of artistic achievement.
What is referred to as "the better dream of Lee and Jefferson" is always understood through the lens of "Edenic blends of endlessness and time" or the movement from "Eden to the New Jerusalem.
However, while the girl has the power to put an end to it, her countermove is that she opts to continue, and her stubbornness is the driving force in the text, which foreshadows the possible endlessness of their play.
Sabbath's Theater meditates on the dual betrayals of endlessness and finitude that the suicidal Mickey marks by repeatedly visiting burial sites once he understands that he "didn't have a life, except at the cemetery" (51).
Bells of rain carol fresh watery tunes about how lonely humans are here where the shadows of tree trunks stream into endlessness.