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limitless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlimitlesslim‧it‧less /ˈlɪmətləs/ adjective  LIMITwithout a limit or end syn infinite limitless possibilities
Examples from the Corpus
limitlessUsing these in different combinations the number of phrases you could cope with is almost limitless.When life sank down for a moment, the range of experience seemed limitless ...She needs to develop strategies to cope with apparently limitless and competing responsibilities.My own initial year of literacy work confirms for me the presence of a limitless degree of motivation.You know that we chemists here have all been baffled by the apparently limitless energy which the idol emits slowly but steadily?A small number of distinctive units was enough to yield a limitless number of new signs.If I were to be denied my belief in the almost limitless potential of my students, I'd give up.The team also tried spreads but did not count them into the ratings because of the limitless variety.
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