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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunboundedun‧bound‧ed /ʌnˈbaʊndɪd/ adjective formal  LIMITextreme or without any limit syn boundless the child’s unbounded energy
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unboundedBut though the extent of what was thus known was very great it was not felt to be unbounded.In the flattering afterglow of Messines, Haig's confidence was unbounded.My affection for him was unbounded, and I only wished I could find the words to let him know.unbounded curiosityThey paint a picture of unbounded horror and suffering.As such a singularity is approached, some physical quantities diverge and all observers feel unbounded tidal forces.
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