One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
With no restriction.
boundless, unbounded, unlimited, without limit, illimitableView synonyms
- ‘As a poet, his technical resources seem to have been without limit.’
- ‘He said it's just a matter of time before nation-states accept the reality that they can't use their authority without limit and trample on human rights.’
- ‘They can divide without limit, which is what makes them so deadly.’
- ‘She can, like England, use without limit the immense industry of United States.’
- ‘In seventeen cases the disposal was as it would have been prior to the passage of the 1991 Act, a restriction order without limit of time.’
- ‘He was ordered to be detained without limit later that year after pleading guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.’
- ‘That belief is one reason why he has so often and conspicuously argued to have boatloads of illegal aliens accepted without limit.’
- ‘Lastly, it settles for a method which is an extension of Islamic metaphysics by stating that ‘knowledge is limitless because the objects of knowledge are without limit.’’
- ‘Better yet, the possibilities for an infiltrator in the development team who build the system would be literally without limit.’
- ‘I think we're meeting all conceivable moral obligations to the elderly, and I don't see any reason to suppose those obligations increase without limit just because we earn more money.’
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