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bound·less

 (bound′lĭs)
adj.
Being without boundaries or limits; unlimited: boundless ambition; boundless joy.

bound′less·ly adv.
bound′less·ness n.
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Adv.1.boundlessly - without bounds; "he is infinitely wealthy"
References in classic literature ?
The hair of my head stirred even as I picked myself up, awfully scared; not as a man is scared while his judgment, his reason still try to resist, but completely, boundlessly, and, as it were, innocently scared--like a little child.
What she sees is no longer "the circle of warm, delightful fire and lamplight" or ripples breaking on the easy shores, but "deep glittering darkness" boundlessly far away.
Lubetzky encourages readers to think boundlessly, work purposefully and live passionately.
A collaborative information sharing architecture allows innovation to grow boundlessly.
We can decide to give ourselves the "greatest self-gift": open-ended, ever-expanding love that stretches our Ego to expand boundlessly.
What was revealing was the post-race demeanour of my old chum Mullins, who was boundlessly relaxed and gave the impression he wasn't in the least bit surprised by what he had witnessed.
However, the four lead characters, who are boundlessly charming in small doses as sidekicks, grate slightly as heroes of their own half-baked story.
Ultimately, his work subversively transcends both object and image in the way he boundlessly connects form and surface through painting.
Or, do we stand in the shadow of an impending catastrophe in which humanity bows down before a vastly superior, conscious, and boundlessly self-improving machine intelligence?
It is a necessary expression of faith's very nature: a boundlessly open curiosity evoked and sustained by the gracious wonder of creation, of incarnation, and of re-creation.
A similar effect can be seen in later works including Blue (1993) and Terrestial (2003) where the stratified tiers of plastic dematerialise in the light, losing their edges, and also in the stainless steel slats of Echo (1995) which boundlessly reflect.