1 They looked out across the endless acres of Gerald O'Hara's newly plowed cotton fields toward the red horizon.
2 She saw that she was tired of the endless knitting and the endless bandage rolling and lint picking that roughened the cuticle of her nails.
3 Melanie, stemming the tide of fear again and again, through endless hours, was telling herself: "He can't be dead."
4 Lying in the pitiless sun, shoulder to shoulder, head to feet, were hundreds of wounded men, lining the tracks, the sidewalks, stretched out in endless rows under the car shed.
5 "No wine," she said dully, remembering the endless rows of bottles in the cellar.
6 They were eating the food meant for the mouths of Tara, vegetables over whose long rows she had wearied her back, food she had driven endless miles to buy.
7 About the core of her being, a shell of hardness had formed and, little by little, layer by layer, the shell had thickened during the endless months.
8 The period of daily sickness crawled into an endless time of boredom.
9 It would be a hopeless, endless task to catalogue all these things.
10 It is by endless subdivisions based upon the most inconclusive differences, that some departments of natural history become so repellingly intricate.
11 The Brahmins maintain that in the almost endless sculptures of that immemorial pagoda, all the trades and pursuits, every conceivable avocation of man, were prefigured ages before any of them actually came into being.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 55. Of the Monstrous Pictures of Whales.
12 Now, at this time it was that my poor pagan companion, and fast bosom-friend, Queequeg, was seized with a fever, which brought him nigh to his endless end.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 110. Queequeg in His Coffin.
13 So, with laughter and shouts and endless badinage and merriment, the guests take their places.
14 It was like the murmuring of the bees in the spring, the whisperings of the forest; it suggested endless activity, the rumblings of a world in motion.
15 And then there was the condemned meat industry, with its endless horrors.