Lasting forever; unending.
existing outside time; as opposed to sempiternal, existing within time but everlastingly
Exceedingly great or bad; used as an intensifier.
“some eternal villain”
One who lives forever; an immortal.
Indefinably large, countlessly great; immense. from 14th c.
Boundless, endless, without end or limits; innumerable. from 15th c.
With plural noun: infinitely many. from 15th c.
Greater than any positive quantity or magnitude; limitless. from 17th c.
Having infinitely many elements.
Not limited by person or number. from 19th c.
Capable of endless repetition; said of certain forms of the canon, also called perpetual fugues, constructed so that their ends lead to their beginnings.
Something that is infinite in nature.
limitless or endless in space, extent, or size; impossible to measure or calculate
“the infinite number of stars in the universe”
“the infinite mercy of God”
very great in amount or degree
“he bathed the wound with infinite care”
greater than any assignable quantity or countable number.
(of a series) able to be continued indefinitely.
another term for non-finite
a space or quantity that is infinite
“beyond the infinite, the space traveller is transformed”
“intimations of the infinite”