Definition of boundless in English:

boundless

Line breaks: bound|less
Pronunciation: /ˈbaʊndləs
 
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adjective

Unlimited or immense: enthusiasts who devote boundless energy to their hobby
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  • With boundless energy and endless enthusiasm, it's hardly surprising that he makes a natural volunteer.
  • That is astonishing scoring yet his intimidation factor has become as immense as his seemingly boundless talent.
  • The creation of the new government was greeted with immense goodwill and boundless hopes, but the honeymoon was not to last.
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boundlessly

adverb
[as submodifier]: the land was boundlessly fertile
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  • And so it is with his audacious, wildly imaginative and boundlessly thrilling adaptation.
  • Dad was part of that boundlessly energetic postwar generation for whom the re-shaping of the earth with technology was not only a right, but a sacred duty.
  • They are also boundlessly enthusiastic about their future.

boundlessness

noun
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  • The urge for unlimited vastness and boundlessness must be overcome.
  • To stand on the footbridges that straddle the Run and look up the ice as riders on toboggans hurtle head-first beneath your feet at speeds of 120 km/h or better is to be awed by the boundlessness of human folly.
  • The attraction of such cities as New York is the promise of boundlessness, of the sky being the only limit to human ambition.

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