bound·​less | \ ˈbau̇n(d)-ləs How to pronounce boundless (audio) \

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.
Recent Examples on the Web The pair’s boundless energy and creative approach to designing the jewelry ended up inspiring Mona Akhavi, Vrai’s founder, to push her limits further too. Liam Hess, Vogue, "How Stylists Rob and Mariel Crafted Their Dazzling New Jewelry Collaboration With Vrai," 7 May 2021 Think boundless potential, high ceilings and faces of the future. Jim Ayello, The Indianapolis Star, "Immediate impact: What can Colts expect from 2021 draft class in 2021?," 6 May 2021 The book leaves me longing to visit many of the gardens, especially those made with limited resources and boundless devotion. Washington Post, "A garden design expert’s new book offers a peek at some of Europe’s finest outdoor spaces," 5 May 2021 Fortunately for North Texas, Dallas is home to one organization aimed at giving every child a chance for a boundless childhood. Dallas News, "How Scottish Rite for Children has innovated pediatric orthopedics for a century," 4 May 2021 As the novel approaches its final pages, suspense increases — here is where one finds twists and surprises, unexpected connections — though the work's ultimate interest mirrors a quality shared by the Graves twins: a natural, boundless curiosity. Maggie Shipstead, Star Tribune, "Review: 'Great Circle,' by Maggie Shipstead," 30 Apr. 2021 These writers see poetry not in terms of perfect rhymes but as a boundless form of expression and communication. Washington Post, "New kids’ books reflect the diversity of writing in verse," 27 Apr. 2021 But a sense of boundless possibility seemed to have governed the entire ceremony, with results that were alternately fun, boring, moving, tacky, rushed, sluggish, stylish, and chaotic. Michael Schulman, The New Yorker, "The Most Surreal Moments of the Pandemic Oscars," 26 Apr. 2021 Consumers have boundless choices of where to have their car serviced or which pandemic-era meal will be delivered for dinner. Sarah Johnson, Forbes, "Measuring Customer Experience And Employee Experience Is Pretty Much The Same, Right? Wrong.," 21 Apr. 2021

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First Known Use of boundless

1599, in the meaning defined above

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12 May 2021

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“Boundless.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 12 May. 2021.

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English Language Learners Definition of boundless

: not limited in any way : having no boundaries


bound·​less | \ ˈbau̇nd-ləs How to pronounce boundless (audio) \

Kids Definition of boundless

: having no limits boundless energy

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