- incapable of being terminated; unending: an interminable job.
- monotonously or annoyingly protracted or continued; unceasing; incessant: I can't stand that interminable clatter.
- having no limits: an interminable desert.
Origin of interminable
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Examples from the Web for interminably
What should have been a 10-minute press conference went on interminably.The Vindication of LeBron James
June 1, 2011
If the ushers were to be believed, the discussion was likely to go on interminably.A Nest of Spies
Flanked by guards, they went down a corridor which stretched on interminably.The Status Civilization
That seemed a day of days to Bracy, and interminably long and wearisome.Fix Bay'nets
George Manville Fenn
The close of the afternoon was approaching, and this slope was interminably long.
This story of Taffy would go on interminably, and everybody loved it.Sons and Lovers
David Herbert Lawrence
- endless or seemingly endless because of monotony or tiresome length
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Word Origin and History for interminably
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