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lim·it·less

 (lĭm′ĭt-lĭs)
adj.
Having no limit or limits; unrestricted: limitless authority; the limitless reaches of outer space.

lim′it·less·ly adv.
lim′it·less·ness n.

lim•it•less

(ˈlɪm ɪt lɪs)

adj.
without limit; boundless: limitless ambition.
[1575–85]
lim′it•less•ly, adv.
lim′it•less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.limitless - without limits in extent or size or quantity; "limitless vastness of our solar system"
immeasurable, immensurable, unmeasurable, unmeasured - impossible to measure; "unmeasurable reaches of outer space"
2.limitless - having no limits in range or scopelimitless - having no limits in range or scope; "to start with a theory of unlimited freedom is to end up with unlimited despotism"- Philip Rahv; "the limitless reaches of outer space"
3.limitless - seemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extentlimitless - 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"

limitless

limitless

adjective
Translations
لا حدَّ لهُ
neomezený
grænseløsubegrænset
korlátlan
takmarkalaus
sınırsız

limitless

[ˈlɪmɪtlɪs] ADJilimitado, sin límites

limitless

[ˈlɪmɪtləs] adjsans limite, illimité(e)

limitless

adjgrenzenlos

limitless

[ˈlɪmɪtlɪs] adjillimitato/a

limit

(ˈlimit) noun
1. the farthest point or place; the boundary. There was no limit to his ambition.
2. a restriction. We must put a limit on our spending.
verb
to set a restriction on. We must limit the amount of time we spend on this work.
ˌlimiˈtation noun
1. an act of limiting.
2. a lack, eg of a particular facility, ability etc. We all have our limitations.
ˈlimited adjective
1. (negative unlimited) not very great, large etc; restricted. My experience is rather limited.
2. (with capital, abbreviated to Ltd. when written) a word used in the titles of certain companies. West. and R. Chambers Ltd.
ˈlimitless adjective
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