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
Leave aside the fact that none of Europe’s recent emergencies has been properly fixed, from Greece’s economy, on an IV drip of endless bail-outs, to the migrants streaming across the Mediterranean.
The 18-year-old is based in Mumbai and performs her boundary-breaking poems all over her city — and on YouTube to endless accolades from her TK subscribers.
DDC embraces decadence with rich food, free-flowing cocktails, endless oysters, and a raucous afterparty.
The Battle of Dunkirk has inspired endless debate in the decades since.
A family's ability to afford endless care usually poses a bigger obstacle than ethical disagreements.
Even the band's best known (and best selling) '70s line-up eventually gave way, through acrimony and attrition, to endless permutations of the group's by-then familiar five members.
A few years ago, my husband had to spend hours in the yard every weekend to keep up with the endless barrage of leaves in our yard.
Summer may be short, but the possibilities are endless.
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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
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