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Having or appearing to have no limits:‘the possibilities are unbounded’
unlimited, boundless, limitless, without limit, illimitableunrestrained, unrestricted, unconditional, unconstrained, uncontrolled, unchecked, unbridleduntold, vast, immense, cosmicimmeasurable, measureless, inestimableendless, unending, never-ending, interminable, everlasting, infinite, inexhaustible, unflaggingabsolute, total, full, utterwith no holds barredView synonyms
- ‘This was the unbounded power of eloquence - of words - of burning noble words.’
- ‘It ignores the costs of unbounded deployment and war.’
- ‘The marketplace, full of unbounded sounds and sights, is opposed to the closed rooms of Romola's blind father.’
- ‘Despite predictions of almost unbounded mobility, most people in industrialised nations are less physically active than ever before.’
- ‘Too numerous are the friends to mention here, who came to wish her excellent health, unbounded happiness and infinite prosperity.’
- ‘Blake used this device to imply endless repetition and thus unbounded openness - the infinite.’
- ‘So divinity being infinite, unbounded, eternal, beyond space and time, is not a he or a she, it's a field of intelligence.’
- ‘European civilisation became enormously dynamic, expansionist and future-oriented, with an unbounded belief in human progress.’
- ‘A benign interpretation is that financial markets now have unbounded faith in central bankers to keep inflation down in the longer term.’
- ‘What must it be like, when you are among the wisest of animals, to discover that human beings are now so stupid that they believe paying money to a cloning company is somehow a token of their unbounded love?’
- ‘It was a day for the children who were special in some way and also for their loving parents who showered them with constant attention and unbounded affection.’
- ‘Alain, who lives in the Paris region, belongs to a group of historians who have an unbounded admiration for and devotion to the memory of the Emperor Napoleon.’
- ‘Her generosity and thoughtfulness was unbounded.’
- ‘Instead the boom was widely celebrated as evidence of a new era of unbounded prosperity.’
- ‘His beneficence has not been unbounded and infinite; it has been bartered and exchanged for man's deeds.’
- ‘With unbounded flair, Tia couples opalescent shades of princess and oyster in the finest cotton with stiff denim to capture the edgy allure of modern London.’
- ‘I have also observed, and cannot ignore, Bangalore's unbounded growth.’
- ‘Plenty of people with an almost religious faith in the power of unbounded free markets have argued that license-enforced compatibility isn't necessary.’
- ‘Their praise of the institution is almost unbounded in places.’
- ‘He devoured ideas with an insatiable curiosity and then pursued them with unbounded energy and infectious enthusiasm.’
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