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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With more properties, skiers have more options, and Vail can use its portfolio to entice sales of season passes, particularly those that offer unlimited access to all its resorts. Ezequiel Minaya, WSJ, "Vail Expansion Plan Goes Aggressive and Wipes Out," 11 Dec. 2018 As an example, an annual pass with unlimited access to Delta Sky Club costs $495. Suzanne Rowan Kelleher, Condé Nast Traveler, "The Best Ways to Get Airport Lounge Access for Every Type of Traveler," 21 Aug. 2018 There’s no time limit, Mr. Mueller has an unlimited budget and a big, enthusiastic staff. Michael Ledeen, WSJ, "The Real Story of the Flynn Hearing," 19 Dec. 2018 Runners-up: The unlimited caviar in Lufthansa First Class, per Tom Baker, travel specialist for Cruise Center. Mark Ellwood, Condé Nast Traveler, "The Traveler 25: A Very Opinionated, Totally Subjective List of Things We Loved About Travel This Year," 14 Dec. 2018 How Uber Drivers Spend Their Hard-Earned Money Uber drivers aren’t given a car to drive, an unlimited credit card for gas, or a stipend for maintenance fees. Samantha Leach, Glamour, "You're Probably Not Tipping Your Uber Driver Enough," 12 Dec. 2018 Is there anything better than the words unlimited and free used together in the sentence? Alyssa Fiorentino, House Beautiful, "Nate Berkus Just Launched His Second Collection With The Shade Store," 19 Nov. 2018 All Americans could visit an unlimited array of doctors at no out of pocket cost. Matthew Yglesias, Vox, "The $21 trillion Pentagon accounting error that can’t pay for Medicare-for-all, explained," 3 Dec. 2018 Google charges $20 for unlimited calls and texts, and $1 per 100 megabytes (or $10 per gig) for data. Michael Simon, PCWorld, "Google Fi wireless service now works with iPhones and most Android phones, but there’s a catch," 28 Nov. 2018

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First Known Use of unlimited

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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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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