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un·bound·ed

 (ŭn-boun′dĭd)
adj.
1. Having no boundaries or limits: unbounded space.
2. Not kept within bounds; unrestrained: unbounded enthusiasm.

un·bound′ed·ly adv.
un·bound′ed·ness n.

unbounded

(ʌnˈbaʊndɪd)
adj
having no boundaries or limits
unˈboundedly adv
unˈboundedness n

un•bound•ed

(ʌnˈbaʊn dɪd)

adj.
1. having no limits or bounds.
2. unrestrained; unfettered.
[1590–1600]
un•bound′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unbounded - seemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extentunbounded - seemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extent; "unbounded enthusiasm"; "children with boundless energy"; "a limitless supply of money"
infinite - having no limits or boundaries in time or space or extent or magnitude; "the infinite ingenuity of man"; "infinite wealth"

unbounded

unbounded

adjective
Translations

unbounded

[ʌnˈbaʊndɪd] ADJilimitado, sin límites

unbounded

[ˌʌnˈbaʊndɪd] adj [energy, enthusiasm] → sans bornes

unbounded

adjgrenzenlos; (fig also)unermesslich, unendlich

unbounded

[ʌnˈbaʊndɪd] adjsconfinato/a, senza limite
References in classic literature ?
only in the heart of quickest perils; only when within the eddyings of his angry flukes; only on the profound unbounded sea, can the fully invested whale be truly and livingly found out.
It is not easy to forbear reflecting with how little reason these men profess themselves the followers of Jesus, who left this great characteristic to His disciples, that they should be known by loving one another, by universal and unbounded charity and benevolence.
Lord Nelson was the first to disregard them with conviction and audacity sustained by an unbounded trust in the men he led.
The passing clouds I detest--those stealthy cats of prey: they take from thee and me what is common to us--the vast unbounded Yea- and Amen-saying.
He is haunted by the vast shadow of a past without historians -- a past that is legendary, unmapped and unbounded, and yields, therefore, Golcondas and golden lands innumerable to its bold adventurers.
While his wanton fancy roamed unbounded over all her beauties, and his lively imagination painted the charming maid in various ravishing forms, his warm heart melted with tenderness; and at length, throwing himself on the ground, by the side of a gently murmuring brook, he broke forth into the following ejaculation:
No one will say it is unmanly to be captivated by a woman, or, being captivated, to marry her; and the admiration, the delight, the passion, the wonder, the unbounded confidence, and frantic adoration with which, by degrees, this big warrior got to regard the little Rebecca, were feelings which the ladies at least will pronounce were not altogether discreditable to him.
His cheerfulness was unbounded, and it was matched by his goodness of heart, his broad charity, and common sense.
This conversation took place on a Friday afternoon at Emma Jane's house, where Rebecca, to her unbounded joy, was to stay over Sunday, her aunts having gone to Portland to the funeral of an old friend.
But however inclined we might be to insist upon an unbounded complaisance in the Executive to the inclinations of the people, we can with no propriety contend for a like complaisance to the humors of the legislature.
No offices therefore can be dealt out to the existing members but such as may become vacant by ordinary casualties: and to suppose that these would be sufficient to purchase the guardians of the people, selected by the people themselves, is to renounce every rule by which events ought to be calculated, and to substitute an indiscriminate and unbounded jealousy, with which all reasoning must be vain.
But those who take an interest in this tale, will be glad to learn that the BROTHERS CHEERYBLE live; that their liberal charity, their singleness of heart, their noble nature, and their unbounded benevolence, are no creations of the Author's brain; but are prompting every day (and oftenest by stealth) some munificent and generous deed in that town of which they are the pride and honour.