finitude definition

  • noun:
    • The quality or problem of being finite.
    • Limitation, finiteness.
    • Limitation.
    • their state or mode to be finite; specifically, subjection to limits or problems; restriction. See finite, 2.
    • the quality of becoming finite
    • the standard or problem of being finite.
    • Limitation, finiteness.
    • the high quality or condition of being finite.
    • Limitation.
    • Limitation, finiteness.
    • The state or mode to be finite; especially, subjection to limitations or problems; restriction. See finite, 2.
    • the caliber of being finite
    • Restriction.
    • their state or mode to be finite; specially, subjection to limitations or circumstances; restriction. See finite, 2.
    • the caliber of being finite
    • the product quality or condition to be finite.
    • Limitation, finiteness.
    • Limitation.
    • their state or mode to be finite; specially, subjection to restrictions or circumstances; limitation. See finite, 2.
    • the grade of becoming finite

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