Each of these economic groupings is indefinitely criss-crossed by an indefinite number of antagonisms, spiritual and material.
Quarantanove, a proverbial expression for an indefinite number.
If, from observation and experiment, we can conclude to one new case, so may we to an indefinite number.
And as to the 'millions and millions,' I meant only a very large but indefinite number.
But an indefinite number of definitions of the product of two complex numbers yield interesting results.
Such a battery can be charged and discharged an indefinite number of times.
On the other hand, as some of them are attacked, this positive fact outweighs an indefinite number of negative instances.
There was a small single bed, two chairs, and an indefinite number of tables.
It reduced love to a phase—to a passing experience that might be repeated on an indefinite number of occasions.
The singular is confined to one, the plural is extended to any indefinite number.