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limitless

Syllabification: lim·it·less
Pronunciation: /ˈlimitləs
 
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Definition of limitless in English:

adjective

Without end, limit, or boundary: our resources are not limitless
More example sentences
  • If you must seclude yourself, we beg you to spend the time alone honing your eye for the universe's limitless possibilities.
  • The possibilities were limitless with theatre, but it required hard work, discipline.
  • There's a whole world out there, waiting for you to explore, and the possibilities are almost limitless.
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limitlessly

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • While all the king's horses and all the king's men do build this grand and mighty structure, the sound of their hammers echoes limitlessly in the hollow within.
  • The gene found in mouse ESCs and some human equivalents appears to be the ‘master gene’, co-ordinating other genes to allow stem cells to multiply limitlessly while still retaining their ability to differentiate.
  • Possibly, it is not too early to face the fact: the criminal world reaches all about us, moving limitlessly and seamlessly around our lives, as we sit in buses or take the subway.

limitlessness

2
noun
Example sentences
  • It could be a heartwarming treatise on the limitlessness of love.
  • Freedom today, in its everyday sense, means the limitlessness of possibility: whatever you want, whatever you like, you can do it.
  • What they revealed to Malevich is the limitlessness of thought and the supreme autonomy of the ‘pure act’ from all means of expression.

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