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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishboundlessbound‧less /ˈbaʊndləs/ adjective  LIMIThaving no limit or end boundless energy and enthusiasmboundlessly adverbboundlessness noun [uncountable]
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boundlessThe human mind is vast and boundless.The potential applications seemed as boundless as the human imagination.Alice stole one long drink before rolling over in the boundless bed, fantasizing it as an endless beach of white cloud.A combination of homely suburbs and hot sunshine; unblemished beaches and boundless bush; manicured parks and tropical shrubbery.Conceive of the boundless, but expect nothing whatever.Today, the opportunities for leaders are boundless, but so are the challenges.Colleagues in whom he had boundless confidence had handed him papers which he had signed without reading them.Here he was, refocusing his entire history, as if it had just begun, on the dream of boundless empire.Taking care of small children is a job that requires boundless energy.boundless enthusiasmThey felt lost and alone on the vast, boundless sea.
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