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Princeton's WordNet

  1. boundlessly, immeasurably, infinitelyadverb

    without bounds

    "he is infinitely wealthy"

  2. infinitely, endlesslyadverb

    continuing forever without end

    "there are infinitely many possibilities"

Wiktionary

  1. infinitelyadverb

    in an infinite manner; as of anything growing without bounds; endlessly

  2. infinitelyadverb

    To a surpassingly large extent.

    He is infinitely more capable than John.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Infinitelyadverb

    Without limits; without bounds; immensely.

    Etymology: from infinite.

    Nothing may be infinitely desired, but that good which indeed is infinite. Richard Hooker.

    This is Antonio,
    To whom I am so infinitely bound. William Shakespeare, Merch. of Ven.

    The king saw that contrariwise it would follow, that England, though much less in territory, yet should have infinitely more soldiers of their native forces than those other nations have. Francis Bacon, Henry VII.

    Infinitely the greater part of mankind have professed to act under a full persuasion of this great article. John Rogers.

Wikipedia

  1. infinitely

    Infinity is that which is boundless, endless, or larger than any natural number. It is often denoted by the infinity symbol ∞ {\displaystyle \infty } . Since the time of the ancient Greeks, the philosophical nature of infinity was the subject of many discussions among philosophers. In the 17th century, with the introduction of the infinity symbol and the infinitesimal calculus, mathematicians began to work with infinite series and what some mathematicians (including l'Hôpital and Bernoulli) regarded as infinitely small quantities, but infinity continued to be associated with endless processes. As mathematicians struggled with the foundation of calculus, it remained unclear whether infinity could be considered as a number or magnitude and, if so, how this could be done. At the end of the 19th century, Georg Cantor enlarged the mathematical study of infinity by studying infinite sets and infinite numbers, showing that they can be of various sizes. For example, if a line is viewed as the set of all of its points, their infinite number (i.e., the cardinality of the line) is larger than the number of integers. In this usage, infinity is a mathematical concept, and infinite mathematical objects can be studied, manipulated, and used just like any other mathematical object. The mathematical concept of infinity refines and extends the old philosophical concept, in particular by introducing infinitely many different sizes of infinite sets. Among the axioms of Zermelo–Fraenkel set theory, on which most of modern mathematics can be developed, is the axiom of infinity, which guarantees the existence of infinite sets. The mathematical concept of infinity and the manipulation of infinite sets are used everywhere in mathematics, even in areas such as combinatorics that may seem to have nothing to do with them. For example, Wiles's proof of Fermat's Last Theorem implicitly relies on the existence of very large infinite sets for solving a long-standing problem that is stated in terms of elementary arithmetic. In physics and cosmology, whether the Universe is spatially infinite is an open question.

ChatGPT

  1. infinitely

    Infinitely refers to a state or quality of being limitless, boundless, or without any end or limit. It is often used in mathematical or scientific contexts to describe quantities or properties that can extend indefinitely, cannot be measured, or have an incalculable number of variations or degrees.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Infinitelyadverb

    without bounds or limits; beyond or below assignable limits; as, an infinitely large or infinitely small quantity

  2. Infinitelyadverb

    very; exceedingly; vastly; highly; extremely

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of infinitely in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of infinitely in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of infinitely in a Sentence

  1. Charles Krauthammer:

    Of course it can be moved, the idea that because we're not going to drill, the oil or natural gas is not going to be produced is ridiculous, and it's going to end up being produced in Nigeria or places all over the world where the environmental standards are infinitely less than they are in the U.S.

  2. Emma Howard Boyd:

    We can't win a war against water by building away climate change with infinitely high flood defenses.

  3. Reese Witherspoon:

    I was just thrilled to get the call because I feel like I've heard so much about this event and it is an extraordinary night to celebrate women and all they've accomplished in their different industries, ... Women are infinitely capable of doing amazing things.

  4. John Wood Campbell, Jr.:

    We presuppose two things that there is yet to be learned infinitely more than is now known, and that man can learn it.

  5. Thomas Jefferson:

    I do not take a single newspaper, nor read one a month, and I feel myself infinitely the happier for it.

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