Eternity definitions

ĭ-tûr'nĭ-tē
The quality, state, or fact of being eternal; eternal existence or duration; continuance without end.
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Infinite time; time without beginning or end.
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A long period of time that seems endless.

An eternity of waiting.

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Time without beginning or end; infinite time.
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The endless time after death.
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The state or quality of being eternal.
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A very long or seemingly endless time.

Waited in the dentist's office for an eternity.

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Eternity is defined as, or seems like, an endless amount of time.

An example of eternity is the amount of time that takes place in heaven, according to the Bible.

An example of eternity is spending over an hour on hold for a customer service person.

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(uncountable) Existence without end, infinite time.
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(uncountable, philosophy) Existence outside of time.
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The timeless state following death.
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The afterlife; immortality.
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(countable) A period of time which extends infinitely far into the future.
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(metaphysical) The remainder of time that elapses after death.
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(informal, hyperbolic) A comparatively long time.

It's been an eternity since we last saw each other.

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Origin of eternity

Middle English eternite from Old French from Latin aeternitās from aeternus eternal eternal