Definition of Indefinitely. Meaning of Indefinitely. Synonyms of Indefinitely

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Definition of Indefinitely

Indefinitely
Indefinitely In*def"i*nite*ly, adv. In an indefinite manner or degree; without any settled limitation; vaguely; not with certainty or exactness; as, to use a word indefinitely. If the world be indefinitely extended, that is, so far as no human intellect can fancy any bound of it. --Ray.

Meaning of Indefinitely from wikipedia

- Indefinite may refer to: the opposite of definite in grammar indefinite article indefinite pronoun Indefinite integral, another name for the antiderivative...
- In parliamentary procedure, the motion to postpone indefinitely is a subsidiary motion used to kill a main motion without taking a direct vote on it. This...
- people are to remain in prison for the rest of their natural lives or indefinitely until pardoned, paroled, or otherwise commuted to a fixed term. Crimes...
- laws, including human rights laws. In recent years, governments have indefinitely incarcerated individuals suspected of terrorism, often in black sites...
- have no guarantee of stability, while static configurations are used indefinitely and only changed deliberately. Address block 169.254.0.0/16 is defined...
- freedom of the press. The decree also allowed the police to detain people indefinitely without charges. The legislation was accompanied by a propaganda campaign...
- 2020. The film was Initially scheduled for a June 2020 release, it was indefinitely postponed due to production halt and theatres shutdown owing to COVID-19...
- On December 6, 2017, it was announced that Clifford would not coach indefinitely to deal with his health issue. On January 11, 2018, the Hornets announced...
- filibuster is a tactic used to defeat bills and motions by prolonging debate indefinitely. A filibuster may entail long speeches, dilatory motions, and an extensive...
- Languages Act of 1963, which provided for the continued use of English indefinitely for all official purposes, although the constitutional directive for...