boundlessness


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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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Noun1.boundlessness - the quality of being infiniteboundlessness - the quality of being infinite; without bound or limit
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare

boundlessness

noun
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--If, added to my own I could be gifted with modern Roman sloth, modern Roman superstition, and modern Roman boundlessness of ignorance, what bewildering worlds of unsuspected wonders I would discover!
Patients fill out the MEQ 8 hours after their dose, rating dimensions such as ego dissolution, oceanic boundlessness, joy, compassion, and openness.
An inventively funny picture book that celebrates the boundlessness of a child's imagination and celebrates the teachers, families, and friends who get wrapped up in their fantastic worlds.
It is in boundlessness that we meet the Real and recognize it as the face of Love.
Asymptotic analysis in accordance with random matrix theory (Elijah et al., 2016) shows that both the intra cell interference and correlated noise can be efficiently mitigated, as the number of Base Station (BS) antennas leans towards boundlessness. Additionally, the energy consumed by cellular BSs can be substantially reduced (Yin et al., 2013).
Sikorski believed that Chopin's wide-spanning chords "represent the boundlessness of the spirit encompassing space, penetrating infinity" (p.
Inspired by the progressive, experimental, liberal arts Black Mountain College, the eclecticism was a symbol for the boundlessness of creativity and personal expression the college represented.
His irrepressible confidence, and the seeming boundlessness of his hope, was not bereft of foundation.
When astonished "at the vastness of a natural object," in experiencing the "natural sublime" the perceiving subject experiences "a consciousness of the vastness of the soul" (Christensen 1978, 11) that might be tantamount to taking part in both the vastness and boundlessness of the natural environs.
When such a purifying process is enacted thoroughly, the mind becomes tremendously spacious, a transformation accentuated by the alliterated "still," "Steeples stand," "swollen," and "Sky." The smallness of "Bells" contrasts with and is eventually conflated with the boundlessness of the "Sky." The moment of achieving an empty mind accommodates overwhelming joy.
Toward the end of the video, Issa said that her experience as a USP student at LAU led her to understand firsthand what being boundless means: "It's being one person with huge dreams and having the drive to accomplish them." USAID Education Office Director Bruce McFarland touched on the idea of boundlessness at the orientation event.
The mysterious gives way, boundlessness is bordered by the perimeters of human need, and the tears are going to have to fall as tears, at least.