Example sentences for: indefinitely

How can you use “indefinitely” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • It has been closed indefinitely to the public since 1990 but is beautiful to view from afar none the less.

  • He was considered an escape risk at trial, according to law officials (and he was in prison indefinitely, anyway).

  • Quantitatively, what this means is that if a 10% per year decline of mortality rates at all ages is achieved and sustained indefinitely, then the first 1000-year-old is probably only 5–10 years younger than the first 150-year-old.

  • Although the vocabulary can be indefinitely expanded, I collected about 200 words that I found to be commonly used.

  • "America, with its Wilsonian moral impulses, could not be held indefinitely in an alliance that sat back, fat and happy, while atrocities were being committed on a large scale in Europe's backyard," it said.


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