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Without end, limit, or boundary.‘our resources are not limitless’
boundless, unbounded, unlimited, without limit, illimitableView synonyms
- ‘It is through the human body that one can explore one's limitless spiritual possibilities.’
- ‘The possibilities were limitless with theatre, but it required hard work, discipline.’
- ‘Friends whose caring and helpfulness seem limitless now that I'm suffering from cancer.’
- ‘The possibilities this enthusiasm engenders are next to limitless.’
- ‘The family seem to have limitless energy for campaigning, and are prepared to use shock tactics to get their message across.’
- ‘However, criss-crossed as it is by mountain ranges, Afghanistan provides limitless hideouts.’
- ‘Because the resources are not limitless, it is crucial to explore sources of additional funding.’
- ‘If you must seclude yourself, we beg you to spend the time alone honing your eye for the universe's limitless possibilities.’
- ‘He said the system could analyse an almost limitless amount of information.’
- ‘This large contribution is in itself a testimony to the limitless generosity of our people.’
- ‘Staten was later to find out that within the limits of daily withdrawals it offered the possibility of near limitless funds.’
- ‘There's a whole world out there, waiting for you to explore, and the possibilities are almost limitless.’
- ‘There was a time when the future seemed to be full of limitless possibilities.’
- ‘For those who like to have all the details planned out in advance, log on for limitless bargains.’
- ‘To begin with, the objective of liberal democracy is not limitless freedom.’
- ‘These new freedoms are entrancing, these limitless possibilities seem so innocent.’
- ‘Recently, however, his almost limitless powers have come under attack.’
- ‘Trends in the workforce and in the media create a sense of limitless romantic possibility.’
- ‘Even his apparently limitless supply of inner motivation must hit a boredom threshold at some point in the distant future.’
- ‘The benefits to humanity from greater knowledge about the evolution and biology of plant life are almost limitless.’
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