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endless

adjective end·less \ˈen(d)-ləs\

: having no end : seeming to have no end : lasting or taking a long time

Full Definition of ENDLESS

1
:  being or seeming to be without end <an endless speech>
2
:  extremely numerous <all the multiplied, endless, nameless iniquities — Edmund Burke>
3
:  joined at the ends <an endless chain>
end·less·ly adverb
end·less·ness noun
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Examples of ENDLESS

  1. There was an endless line at the bank.
  2. There is endless work to do on the house.

First Known Use of ENDLESS

before 12th century
ENDLESSLY Defined for Kids

endless

adjective end·less \ˈend-ləs\

Definition of ENDLESS for Kids

1
:  lasting or taking a long time <The ride seemed endless.>
2
:  joined at the ends :  continuous <an endless belt>
end·less·ly adverb

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