Immeasurably or innumerably great; so great as to be absolutely incapable of being measured or counted.All-embracing; lacking nothing; the greatest possible; perfect; absolute: applied only to Divinity.Boundless; unbounded; endless; without limit; interminable. In this sense the surface of a pea is infinite, while a plane of immeasurable extent whose continuity is interrupted by one small hole is finite.By hyperbole, indefinitely extensive; beyond our powers of measuring or reckoning.[Tr. Gr. ἀόριστος: see aorist.] In logic, modified, as a term, by a sign of negation.n. Anything which is infinite, in any sense.n. A large number; a crowd.n. In geometry, the plane on which lie all points at infinity and all straights at infinity.