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no end

Definition of no end in English:

informal To a great extent; very much: this cheered me up no end
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  • And I was shown a picture of the Other Half in knee socks, which cheered me up no end.
  • That cheers me up no end knowing that in four weeks the depression will melt away.
  • That cheered me up no end and the round of applause after that was mentioned went on for minutes!
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