1 If her stay was pleasant, she would remain indefinitely.
2 But even with this thought, she would pray fervently that he would remain indefinitely.
3 He had worked hard for it, so he could marry Suellen in the spring and if he parted with it, his wedding would be postponed indefinitely.
4 And when it comes to sleeping with an unknown stranger, in a strange inn, in a strange town, and that stranger a harpooneer, then your objections indefinitely multiply.
5 It gave her the promise and pretext to keep the children indefinitely.
6 It was already evening; the sun was hidden behind a small copse of aspens which lay a quarter of a mile from the garden; its shadow stretched indefinitely across the still fields.
7 In reality in all Napoleon's activity we never find anything resembling an expression of that wish, but find a series of orders, or expressions of his will, very variously and indefinitely directed.
8 "Alas," said Morrel with a feeling of selfish joy; for he thought this death would cause the wedding to be postponed indefinitely.
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9 It might have lasted indefinitely except for the fact that Ella Kaye came on board one night in Boston and a week later Dan Cody inhospitably died.
10 I used to fancy that life was a positive and perpetual entity, and that by consuming a multitude of live things, no matter how low in the scale of creation, one might indefinitely prolong life.
11 There always is a last wound like that which will not close, and which prolongs the dressings indefinitely, to the great annoyance of the sick person.
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12 The Negro cannot stand the present reactionary tendencies and unreasoning drawing of the color-line indefinitely without discouragement and retrogression.
13 The words and the light blurred into one vast indefinite happiness, and she believed that some great thing was coming to her.
14 Daily he returned to the subject of the new house, but as to time and mode he was indefinite.
15 As to details Mrs. Bogart was indefinite, and angry that she should be questioned.