1. tiresomely long; seemingly without end; “endless debates”; “an endless conversation”; “the wait seemed eternal”; “eternal quarreling”; “an interminable sermon”
  1. endless or apparently endless (often used hyperbolically) we got bogged down in interminable discussions


late Middle English : from Old French , or from late Latin interminabilis , from in- not + terminare (see terminate )



  1. Wednesday was a day of interminable meetings

Similar Words: seemingly endless endless never-ending unending without end non-stop everlasting ceaseless unceasing incessant constant continual uninterrupted unbroken sustained monotonous tedious wearisome boring long-winded long-drawn-out overlong rambling meandering laborious ponderous

  1. he was back from one of his interminable job interviews

Similar Words: countless numerous many untold manifold multitudinous multifarious innumerable numberless unmeasured unnumbered incalculable indeterminable myriad legion innumerous unnumberable