If you can imagine a toadstool in joints, an interminable
string of toadstools, budding and sprouting in endless convolutions--why, that is something like it.
He commended, however, the author's way of ending his book with the promise of that interminable
adventure, and many a time was he tempted to take up his pen and finish it properly as is there proposed, which no doubt he would have done, and made a successful piece of work of it too, had not greater and more absorbing thoughts prevented him.
I found myself lying prone upon a bed of yellowish, mosslike vegetation which stretched around me in all directions for interminable
The time seemed interminable
as we swept on our way, now in almost complete darkness, for the rolling clouds obscured the moon.
It was no longer either streams, packs, or ice-fields, but an interminable
and immovable barrier, formed by mountains soldered together.
There Passepartout beheld beautiful fir and cedar groves, sacred gates of a singular architecture, bridges half hid in the midst of bamboos and reeds, temples shaded by immense cedar-trees, holy retreats where were sheltered Buddhist priests and sectaries of Confucius, and interminable
streets, where a perfect harvest of rose-tinted and red-cheeked children, who looked as if they had been cut out of Japanese screens, and who were playing in the midst of short-legged poodles and yellowish cats, might have been gathered.
So that it was the Psychologist himself who sent forth the model Time Machine on its interminable
Then, after an interminable
time, as it seemed to us, crouching and peering through the hedge, came a sound like the distant concussion of a gun.
A study of the interminable
biographies of Chinese poets and men of letters would reveal but a few professional poets, men whose lives were wholly devoted to their art; and of these few the T`ang dynasty can claim nearly all.
There it lay stretching out into one interminable
line of dust and sand, with its sides bordered by tall, meagre trees, altogether presenting so uninviting an appearance, that no one in his senses could have imagined that any traveller, at liberty to regulate his hours for journeying, would choose to expose himself in such a formidable Sahara.
The voices of the cannon were mingled in a long and interminable
It was in this pavilion, on the ground floor, that D'Artagnan and Porthos were confined, suffering interminable
hours of imprisonment in a manner suitable to each different temperament.