One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A great deal of.‘emotions can cause no end of problems’
countless, innumerable, untold, legion, numberless, unnumbered, numerous, very many, manifold, multitudinous, multifariousView synonyms
- ‘But it will have done no end of harm to his reputation.’
- ‘Michael provided us with no end of entertainment.’
- ‘She apparently suffers no end of teasing on account of it.’
- ‘Election fever is gripping the area, with no end of opinion polls every day.’
- ‘My current housemate has no end of casual tricks.’
- ‘This has caused no end of problems with the central government.’
- ‘It's a question with a long history and no end of long answers.’
- ‘This has done no end of good for the studio's profitability.’
- ‘All this adds up to no end of bureaucracy and delay.’
- ‘It's expensive, it's unrewarding, and we'll get no end of criticism for doing what must be done.’
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