Definition of unbounded in English:


Line breaks: un|bound¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbaʊndɪd


Having or appearing to have no limits: the possibilities are unbounded
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  • Too numerous are the friends to mention here, who came to wish her excellent health, unbounded happiness and infinite prosperity.
  • Blake used this device to imply endless repetition and thus unbounded openness - the infinite.
  • Instead the boom was widely celebrated as evidence of a new era of unbounded prosperity.
untold, vast, immense, cosmic;
endless, unending, never-ending, interminable, everlasting, infinite, inexhaustible, unflagging;
absolute, total, full, utter
informal with no holds barred



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  • Peirce also held that any continuum harbours an unboundedly large collection of points - in his colourful terminology, a supermultitudinous collection - what we would today call a proper class.
  • I confess that I am not yet ready to embrace the world or the other so fully and unboundedly, and that may be evidence of my sin, a limitation I inherit as a child of Adam.
  • I've never know you to be so unboundedly optimistic before.


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  • She also said that Brauer may have proved a general statement about the unboundedness of the degrees of minimal splitting fields.
  • It is the unboundedness of hyperbolic doubt that underwrites the No Atheistic Knowledge Thesis.
  • You can use this suffix to display the direction of unboundedness, which is quite simple in this case.

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