horizonless

adjective
ho·ri·zon·less | \hə-ˈrī-zᵊn-ləs \

Definition of horizonless 

1a : having no horizon

b : endless sense 1

2 : hopeless

Examples of horizonless in a Sentence

a horizonless array of opportunities for a young, ambitious person at the new company

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The austere landscape surrounding Albuquerque finds its way into his light-filled, horizonless canvases, soaked in the palette of the Southwest. Julia Couzens, sacbee, "Never before seen Diebenkorn works at the Crocker Museum | The Sacramento Bee," 26 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of horizonless

circa 1839, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

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