unlimited

adjective
un·lim·it·ed | \ ˌən-ˈli-mə-təd \

Definition of unlimited 

1 : lacking any controls : unrestricted unlimited access

2 : boundless, infinite unlimited possibilities

3 : not bounded by exceptions : undefined the unlimited and unconditional surrender of the enemy —Sir Winston Churchill

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unlimitedly adverb

Examples of unlimited in a Sentence

Membership gives you unlimited access to the facilities. This ticket is good for unlimited travel on all trains. This plan allows you to make an unlimited number of phone calls to anywhere in the U.S. Her funds seem to be unlimited.
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Those traveling to the Grant Park festival on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 4 and 5, should purchase Metra’s $10 weekend pass, which also offers unlimited rides. Mary Wisniewski, chicagotribune.com, "Metra to sell ride passes for Lollapalooza," 12 July 2018 July 19 is customer appreciation day; $20 gets you admission and unlimited carnival rides from 3 p.m. to closing if purchased at the gate. Annie Alleman, Aurora Beacon-News, "County fairs are a throwback for bustling suburbs," 5 July 2018 Wristbands for unlimited rides and activities are $10, or $8 with military ID. Dawn Gilbertson, azcentral, "Last-minute Fourth of July hotel deals in Phoenix, Scottsdale," 22 June 2018 Carnival Mega Pass on now available The carnival Mega Pass for unlimited rides during the 15th Annual Festival of the Lakes, July 18-22 at Wolf Lake Memorial Park, is now on sale for $50 each. Staff Report, Post-Tribune, "Community news," 20 June 2018 Fair goers can save an additional $5 on unlimited rides by purchasing wristbands online until 11:59 p.m. June 14. Chris Sims, Indianapolis Star, "What you need to know about the Marion County Fair," 15 June 2018 Fliers get a one-night hotel stay, free unlimited rides on the airline’s Hop-On Bus and access to more than 20 different attractions in the city such as the Adventure Cove Waterpark, the National Gallery Singapore and a river cruise. New York Times, "Two Cities, One Fare: How Airline Stopover Programs Can Work for You," 14 June 2018 Starting June 9, riders can pay $10 for a weekend’s worth of unlimited rides, anywhere on the commuter rail. Adam Vaccaro, BostonGlobe.com, "The MBTA is giving a big summer discount on weekend commuter rail," 21 May 2018 The company also offers residents a special offer of unlimited rides for three months for $15. Paul Berger, WSJ, "Can a Bike-Share Program Spur More Improvements in Camden?," 2 May 2018

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First Known Use of unlimited

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of unlimited was in the 15th century

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unlimited

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unlimited

: without any limits or restrictions

: not limited in number or amount

unlimited

adjective
un·lim·it·ed | \ ˌən-ˈli-mə-təd \

Kids Definition of unlimited

1 : having no restrictions or controls unlimited freedom

2 : boundless, infinite unlimited possibilities

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