indefinitely


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Well, as I can descend when I please, to replenish my stock of water on the way, my trip might be indefinitely prolonged.
He had chronic bronchitis, but many old men had that and lived on indefinitely.
Philander says that we can exist indefinitely on the wild fruit and nuts which abound in the jungle.
It all gathered here, and whirled about indefinitely, and over it all gathered daily a greater abundance of birds.
In reality in all Napoleon's activity we never find anything resembling an expression of that wish, but find a series of orders, or expressions of his will, very variously and indefinitely directed.
The Alardyces, the Hilberys, the Millingtons, and the Otways seem to prove that intellect is a possession which can be tossed from one member of a certain group to another almost indefinitely, and with apparent certainty that the brilliant gift will be safely caught and held by nine out of ten of the privileged race.
But this agreeable holiday freedom with which Lydgate hovered about the flower of Middlemarch, could not continue indefinitely.
That is often the case with things that I have held aloof from indefinitely.
The crocodile passes, but soon the boys appear again, for the procession must continue indefinitely until one of the parties stops or changes its pace.
For before your head has time to spoil you can have it canned, and in that way it may be preserved indefinitely.
They saw me always laboring diligently in the melon-patch, and as time enters not into the reckoning of Pellucidar-ians--even of human beings and much less of brutes and half brutes--I might have lived on indefinitely through this subterfuge had not that occurred which took me out of the melon-patch for good and all.
At any rate, he decided, it would be preferable to perish on the way than to remain indefinitely upon this evidently uncharted island to which no ships might ever be expected to come.