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Unlimited or immense:‘enthusiasts who devote boundless energy to their hobby’
limitless, without limit, unlimited, illimitable, unbounded, untold, bottomless, immeasurable, measureless, incalculable, inestimable, abundant, abounding, great, inexhaustible, no end ofendless, unending, never-ending, without end, infinite, undying, interminable, unfailing, unfading, unceasing, ceaseless, everlastingView synonyms
- ‘His passion for classical music, coupled with boundless energy, has made him one of the most prolific composers of the age.’
- ‘She amazed everybody with her genuine interest, indepth knowledge and boundless energy.’
- ‘With these two, we each are reminded that we truly are a limitless, boundless, being.’
- ‘That is astonishing scoring yet his intimidation factor has become as immense as his seemingly boundless talent.’
- ‘He has a boundless voice; there are no real limits to his range as a tenor and he is a joy to listen to.’
- ‘The creation of the new government was greeted with immense goodwill and boundless hopes, but the honeymoon was not to last.’
- ‘Apart from an unbelievable work ethic and boundless energy, Costello was also very much a family man.’
- ‘With boundless energy and endless enthusiasm, it's hardly surprising that he makes a natural volunteer.’
- ‘Endless prosperity and boundless new highs in the stock market were ours to enjoy forever.’
- ‘Every week, he would arrive on stage, bursting with boundless energy.’
- ‘The third kind of knife was the immense and boundless rage directed against him.’
- ‘We will multiply and prosper such that our empire is infinite and our ingenuity boundless.’
- ‘This is represented by the smooth point - the infinite singularity within the boundless circle.’
- ‘Not merely a gargantuan egotist with boundless artistic ambition, he was a prankster on a grand scale.’
- ‘Other speakers referred to his boundless energy and his capacity grasp any issue within a very short time.’
- ‘Their talking is boundless, already happening, and is not likely to stop.’
- ‘Dutch jazz has a light heart and a joyful swing, and this quartet brings boundless energy and excitement to its live gigs.’
- ‘Reluctant at first to take on the job, Micko returned with boundless enthusiasm to tackle a fresh challenge.’
- ‘More importantly, however, it sounds like a fantastic debut album by a boundless and frighteningly talented band.’
- ‘As I watched this film, an eager victim of its boundless will to astound, I found my loyal memories of the book beginning to fade.’
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