# Infinity in a sentence ðŸ”Š

#### Definition of Infinity

(uncountable) Endlessness, unlimitedness, absence of a beginning, end or limits to size. | (countable, mathematics) A number that has an infinite numerical value that cannot be counted. | (countable, topology, mathematical analysis) An idealised point which is said to be approached by sequences of values whose magnitudes increase without bound.

## Short Example Sentence for Infinity

- 1. Is there not
**infinity**between them? ðŸ”Š - 2. The
**infinity**of things forbids it. ðŸ”Š - 3. He worried
**infinity**as if it was a bone. ðŸ”Š - 4. Dick symbolized
**infinity**with a wave of his hand. ðŸ”Š - 5. They form an
**infinity**of words, especially verbs. ðŸ”Š - 6. And Infinity was there, and Health, and Wisdom, and Love. ðŸ”Š
- 7. The frosted glass melted into an
**infinity**of rose-colored distance. ðŸ”Š - 8. Say, does not this silence give us an idea of
**infinity**and of eternity? ðŸ”Š - 9. Every class, then, has plurality of being and
**infinity**of not-being. ðŸ”Š - 10. Might it not, like a comet, be carried away into the vast
**infinity**of space? ðŸ”Š - 11. But, nevertheless, in some an
**infinity**of Betterness above other human effort. ðŸ”Š

## How to use Infinity in a Sentence?

- 1. Her companion pensively contemplated an
**infinity**of arid and hansom-less to-morrows. ðŸ”Š - 2. The mystery of
**infinity**which lies naked at midnight in the wilderness drives some men mad. ðŸ”Š - 3. If they are carried to
**infinity**they will never meet: will be forever ten inches apart. ðŸ”Š - 4. But an
**infinity**of passions may be contained in a minute, like a crowd in a small space. ðŸ”Š - 5. The idea of
**infinity**is for us in idea without model, without prototype, without object. ðŸ”Š - 6. Thus, in the
**infinity**of time, the life of the Universe proceeds without real stop. ðŸ”Š - 7. This incident repeated itself to
**infinity**from the East End to Hammersmith and back!! ðŸ”Š - 8. Scorning to put out his hands to grope, he stepped forward slowly into the black
**infinity**about him. ðŸ”Š - 9. He carries in his head an
**infinity**of details touching the welfare of the garden's contents. ðŸ”Š - 10. The endless repetition of sweeping vale and plateau brought
**infinity**within measurable comprehension. ðŸ”Š - 11. Vast as is the solar system, it is only one of an
**infinity**of others which may be still more extensive. ðŸ”Š - 12. Arnold took it delicately in his own thin fingers to examine it; an
**infinity**of contrast rested in the touch. ðŸ”Š - 13. Thus there are an enumerable
**infinity**of boots, but the number of the socks cannot be determined without admitting the axiom mentioned above. ðŸ”Š - 14. Away to the south lay the boundless floor of the desert, a purple and gold
**infinity**that rolled into the horizon. ðŸ”Š - 15. But there was an
**infinity**of little things to do, which filled his days like an idle but yet active and happy dream. ðŸ”Š - 16. Yet this atom of
**infinity**is the cradle of an immense creation incessantly renewed, and perpetually transformed by the accumulated centuries. ðŸ”Š - 17. Of what use for you and me, atoms that we are, to wrangle and thunder through the night over an
**infinity**in which we have neither part nor lot? ðŸ”Š - 18. It was William who came to the rescue in those days, and saved her an
**infinity**of trouble and anxiety. ðŸ”Š - 19. To say that Christianity is a religion of both
**infinity**and finitude means nothing less than that it contains a contradiction. ðŸ”Š - 20. They were parting asunder, vanishing away, these earthly walls and bonds, and
**infinity**lay before him. ðŸ”Š - 21. The archipelago of Calamianes consists of an
**infinity**and indeterminate number of islands, large and small, and most of them very fertile. ðŸ”Š - 22. If that road to the house of Eugene Larue had seemed a part of
**infinity**in the dimness of the unknown, what was this? ðŸ”Š - 23. Because they are the most real;
**infinity**applies to probability and possibility far more directly than to simple Space and Time. ðŸ”Š - 24. The harmony of the world corresponds to the unity of God, as indefinite quantity is a defective sign of the
**infinity**of God. ðŸ”Š - 25. Let us then picture the Earth as a vast sphere, detached from all that exists around it, in the
**infinity**of the Heavens. ðŸ”Š - 26. I was once more swaying upon the edge of
**infinity**with my fingers locked in the bull neck of the assassin, and my voice died away into a whisper of horror. ðŸ”Š - 27. My mind is kept perpetually on the rack following that piece of wax through the
**infinity**of space, ever lured onward by the hope of arriving at some goal. ðŸ”Š - 28. There is always some sense of exaltation in the spiritual and immortal body; and of a power proceeding from the visible form through all the
**infinity**of the element ruled by the particular god. ðŸ”Š