So that, as a matter of fact, the New Testament is in- finitely more cruel than the Old.
We cannot apprehend an object as sublime while we apprehend it as comparably, measurably, or finitely great.
early 15c., from Latin finitus, past participle of finire "to limit, set bounds, end," from finis (see finish (v.)). Related: Finitely.
Relating to a set that cannot be put into a one-to-one correspondence with any proper subset of its own members.
Relating to or being a numerical quantity describing the size of such a set.
Being a member of the set of real or complex numbers.
Being a quantity that is non-zero and not infinite.