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indefinitely

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindefinitelyin‧def‧i‧nit‧ely /ɪnˈdefənətli/ ●○○ AWL adverb  1 CONTINUOUSfor a period of time for which no definite end has been arranged The project has been postponed indefinitely.2 EXACTwithout giving clear or exact details
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indefinitelyBut unlike the cannon, it can maintain those conditions indefinitely.She probably hoped their threesome could go on indefinitely.This could not support weak currencies indefinitely.Pete Rose was barred indefinitely from baseball in 1989 for gambling.That wretched old ben Issachar did the cruellest thing possible to Anya - he put her, indefinitely, on hold.They simply run on indefinitely without ever stopping.Leith afterwards supposed she should have realised that that state of affairs could not go on indefinitely without some one getting hurt.
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