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
Examples of endless in a Sentence
There was an endless line at the bank.
There is endless work to do on the house.
Recent Examples of endless from the Web
Best practice requires the user to grasp the spinner between finger and thumb, allowing the frame to spin in a mesmerizing and seemingly endless whirl.
Nearly everything is served with generous sides of a seemingly-endless supply of Maggi ketchup, washed-ashore from an Indian tanker in the late sixties.
As endless variations on the IPA and double IPA continue to roll out and more breweries experiment with fruit additions and challenge with sour spins, the APA sits as a stalwart that many breweries still produce, but with few that stand out.
Scroll through your child-less friends’ endless Instagram Stories about their recent wild night out.
The elites divided it over time, through economic dislocation and abandonment of the working class, and a mad push for endless wars in which soldiers returned to find no jobs or economic future.
The endless pursuit of perfection, of course, can be a draining task.
To this day, there is endless parsing of the sequence that proceeded the shot.
Choose easy shapes and statement prints for island hopping and endless exploring.
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First Known Use of endless
before 12th century
ENDLESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of endless for English Language Learners
: having no end : seeming to have no end : lasting or taking a long time
ENDLESS Defined for Kids
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