infinite distance in·fi·nite distance (ĭn'fə-nĭt)
A distance of 20 feet or more, at which light rays entering the eyes are practically parallel.
There is not an infinite distance between the certainty staked and the uncertainty of the gain; that is untrue.
"Yes," said Allan courteously, as if from an infinite distance.
But the light kept streaming in, and now it seemed to Abbot Hans that it carried with it something from an infinite distance.
A moment of subjective time that is grabbed and stretched to an infinite distance.
You stand here before me, yet your soul seems to be at an infinite distance.
The rays of light are parallel when they issue from an object at an infinite distance.
The Very Young Man answered, in a voice so minute it seemed coming from an infinite distance.
It is an infinite distance that separates them, and yet while it separates, unites.
A game is playing at the extremity of this infinite distance in which heads or tails may turn up.
Miss Sherwood's voice came to her from an infinite distance, introducing them.