bottomless

adjective
bot·​tom·​less | \ ˈbä-təm-ləs How to pronounce bottomless (audio) \

Definition of bottomless

1 : having no bottom a bottomless chair
2a : extremely deep
b : impossible to comprehend : unfathomable a bottomless mystery
3a [from the absence of lower as well as upper garments] : nude bottomless dancers
b : featuring nude entertainers

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Other Words from bottomless

bottomlessly adverb
bottomlessness noun

Examples of bottomless in a Sentence

the wealthy couple are generous hosts, providing a bottomless supply of food and drink the killer threw the gun into what he thought was a bottomless pit
Recent Examples on the Web Unless the subsidy well is bottomless, requiring fiber builds means more money spent on fewer networks. Doug Brake, National Review, "Biden’s Broadband Boondoggle," 29 Apr. 2021 Specials include $7 mint juleps and bloody Marys, $17 bottomless mimosas and $30 bottles of bubbles. Hannah Kirby, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Grab a showy hat, it's almost time for the Kentucky Derby. Here are 5 places to celebrate in the Milwaukee area.," 26 Apr. 2021 One had been there so long that his rage at both the boss and his payroll idiosyncrasies was bottomless. Mark Harris, Curbed, "The Exquisite Pleasure of a Dead-End Job," 26 Apr. 2021 Through the window, downtown Houston sprawls around him, a bottomless pit of casework. Henry Gass, The Christian Science Monitor, "CSI Houston: How a Texas lab has remade the science of forensics," 23 Apr. 2021 But competing with Amazon, Apple and Netflix — and their seemingly bottomless wallets — for talent and material has become harder and harder. New York Times, "Two Hollywood Executives, Awash in Awards and Admiration, Step Aside," 20 Apr. 2021 Thanks to Vassell’s shot-making and Drew Eubanks’ bottomless supply energy in his first start, the Spurs pulled out a 111-85 victory that snapped Phoenix’s 10-game home winning streak. Jeff Mcdonald, San Antonio Express-News, "Patience pays off for Spurs' rookie Devin Vassell," 18 Apr. 2021 Then, while enjoying brunch from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., everyone can enjoy bottomless mimosas, sangrias and Bellinis for $15 in Delray Beach and for $17.50 in West Palm Beach. Rod Stafford Hagwood, sun-sentinel.com, "It’s not too early to make a restaurant reservation for Mother’s Day," 12 Apr. 2021 Little Rock’s indoor-outdoor dog park-slash-bar is offering a special brunch menu Sunday featuring three courses and bottomless mimosas. Nyssa Kruse, Arkansas Online, "Celebrate Easter 2021 in Little Rock + Central Arkansas with egg hunts, events," 1 Apr. 2021

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First Known Use of bottomless

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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7 May 2021

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“Bottomless.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bottomless. Accessed 13 May. 2021.

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bottomless

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of bottomless

: having no bottom
: seeming to have no bottom or limit
: very deep

bottomless

adjective
bot·​tom·​less | \ ˈbä-təm-ləs How to pronounce bottomless (audio) \

Kids Definition of bottomless

1 : having no bottom
2 : very deep a bottomless pit

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