boundless

adjective
bound·​less | \ ˈbau̇n(d)-ləs \

Definition of boundless 

: having no boundaries : vast boundless possibilities

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Other Words from boundless

boundlessly adverb
boundlessness noun

Examples of boundless in a Sentence

We were filled with boundless joy. Her love for her family was boundless.

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Google — and all foreign companies — should remember: The vessel containing a dictatorship’s desire is boundless, never filled, never satisfied. Casey Newton, The Verge, "Instagram’s verification system is useful, fair, and Twitter should copy it," 29 Aug. 2018 Mountains flushed with mineral color reared around apparently boundless horizons. Stanley Stewart, Condé Nast Traveler, "Going Off-Grid in Namibia," 21 Dec. 2018 The Shed can be seen as an antidote to the boundless loneliness of the internet and the inertia of on-demand streaming. Dodie Kazanjian, Vogue, "Inside The Shed, Manhattan's New State-of-the-Art Cultural Venue," 12 Dec. 2018 Her hyperactive mind and seemingly boundless energy translate to spellbinding concerts that recall her late mentor and friend Prince, both in their relentless vibrancy and their bold optimism for music’s — and the world’s — future. BostonGlobe.com, "The week ahead: music, theater, art, and more," 13 July 2018 All of which creates boundless opportunities for drones to audit progress, detect pilfering, and more. Rob Reid, Ars Technica, "Ars on your lunch break: How to survive competing with China," 25 Oct. 2018 Her appearance in the tournament has always been marked by boundless public curiosity and burdensome expectations. Karen Crouse, New York Times, "Michelle Wie Lays Out a New Goal: ‘Be Free and Have Fun’," 28 Mar. 2018 Russian It girl Olga Karput has long been a street style favorite, thanks to a boundless wardrobe that comes courtesy of her cool concept store, KM20. Liana Satenstein, Vogue, "This Russian Blonde’s Hair Comes Down to One “Magic” Product—and These Swiss Vitamins," 18 Oct. 2018 Still, Bernstein and Turban write that, up until now, there has been a dearth of data on how employee behaviors change in these boundless, despised work spaces. Beth Mole, Ars Technica, "Open offices are as bad as they seem—they reduce face-to-face time by 70%," 13 July 2018

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First Known Use of boundless

1599, in the meaning defined above

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boundless

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of boundless

: not limited in any way : having no boundaries

boundless

adjective
bound·​less | \ ˈbau̇nd-ləs \

Kids Definition of boundless

: having no limits boundless energy

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