What is another word for Infinities?

Pronunciation: [ɪnfˈɪnɪtiz] (IPA)

Infinities are a concept that is difficult for our limited human minds to grasp. However, there are several synonyms that can be used to describe this infinite concept. One is endlessness, which refers to something that has no limit or boundary. Another synonym is boundlessness, which describes something that has no boundaries or limitations. Finally, eternity is another synonym that can be used to describe infinity. It describes something that is without end or beginning, such as the infinite expanses of the universe. Whether you use the word infinity or one of its synonyms, the concept remains awe-inspiring and humbling.

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What are the hypernyms for Infinities?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for Infinities?

The antonyms for the word "infinities" are finite, limited, bounded, restricted, and confined. Finite refers to a quantity that has an end or a limit, unlike infinity which is unbounded and never-ending. Limited also denotes a restriction or something that is restricted to a certain scope or extent. Bounded, similarly, suggests confinement or a boundary that restricts any further expansion. Restricted is often used to describe something that is kept in check or under limitations. And, finally, confined signifies being trapped or limited to a particular space, the opposite of infinity that is limitless and boundless.

What are the antonyms for Infinities?

Usage examples for Infinities

But as it was obvious that there were Infinities-for example, the number of numbers-the contradictions of infinity seemed unavoidable, and philosophy seemed to have wandered into a "cul-de-sac."
"Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays"
Bertrand Russell
God alone is Infinite, for surely there cannot be two Infinities, two Ones.
Honore de Balzac
It cannot be measured in terms of time, for often it lies between two Infinities.
"Flamsted quarries"
Mary E. Waller

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