perpetuity (part of speech: noun)
infinity (part of speech: noun)
wordiness (part of speech: noun)
- Mary's spirit had crossed the threshold and stood looking out into the unknown, which stretched on and on into endlessness, like a sea of light ringing round the world; and in this sea there was music which seemed to be part of the light. - "The Guests Of Hercules", C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson.
- He sat down in the mouth of the cave, and looked out on the still, half waking world of ocean and sky before him- a leaden ocean, and a dull misty sky; and as he gazed, a sadness came stealing over him, and a sense of the endlessness of labour- labour ever returning on itself and making no progress. - "Malcolm", George MacDonald.
- The other twelve times it is a translation of the word Gehenna used by our Lord, and no scholar with the least regard for his reputation would dream of stating that our Lord certainly meant it to convey the idea of endlessness. - "The Gospel of the Hereafter", J. Paterson-Smyth.