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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 ?
His cheerfulness was unbounded, and it was matched by his goodness of heart, his broad charity, and common sense.
Much the same is it with the backwoodsman of the West, who with comparative indifference views an unbounded prairie sheeted with driven snow, no shadow of tree or twig to break the fixed trance of whiteness.
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.
But, to that nature, the very unbounded trust reposed in him was bond and seal for the most scrupulous accuracy.
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.
Covey enjoyed the most unbounded reputation for being a first-rate overseer and negro-breaker.
No;-- not less when I knew you to be unhappy, than when I had believed you at ease, did I turn away from every exertion of duty or friendship; scarcely allowing sorrow to exist but with me, regretting only THAT heart which had deserted and wronged me, and leaving you, for or I professed an unbounded affection, to be miserable for my sake.
Peggotty dealt him in his unbounded joy, as a mark of confidence and friendship; but feeling called upon to say something to us, he said, with much faltering and great difficulty:
Occasionally, he was tripped up by some orthographical stumbling-block, but on the whole he got on very well indeed, and when he had signed his name, and had removed a finishing blot from the paper to the crown of his head with his two forefingers, he got up and hovered about the table, trying the effect of his performance from various points of view as it lay there, with unbounded satisfaction.
O had his powerful Destiny ordaind Me some inferiour Angel, I had stood Then happie; no unbounded hope had rais'd Ambition.
Her father himself, out of reverence for her talents, which involuntarily mingled itself with his unbounded affection, permitted the maiden a greater liberty than was usually indulged to those of her sex by the habits of her people, and was, as we have just seen, frequently guided by her opinion, even in preference to his own.
If you give yourself away to a poor poet who loves you, their disgust will be unbounded.