limitlessness


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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.
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Noun1.limitlessness - the quality of being infinitelimitlessness - 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
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limitlessness

noun
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It's that limitlessness of printmaking, of woodcut, that drew Abano to the medium.
And I can't live in either." Benfey suggests that Kipling held a conflicted affection for America similar to the one he had for India; both outposts shared an appealing unruliness and offered a limitlessness that stodgy old England could never supply.
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Albers had doubts about these developments, warning in On Weavingthat 'Our playfulness today often loses its sense of direction [...] Limitlessness leads to nothing but formlessness, a melting into nowhere.' For Jack Lenor Larsen and Mildred Constantine, writing in their seminal book The Art Fabric: Mainstream (1981), Albers remained the 'arch-classicist' whose 'dominant concern has always been the interaction between medium and process that results in form'.
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After all, Nasimi's poetry glorified the beauty and mind of a person, served to liberate the individual from all kinds of conventions and dogmas, by emphasizing the understanding of the high destiny of a man and the limitlessness of a person's possibilities.
My experience of spiritual worlds gives me a sense of freedom and limitlessness. One of the biggest mistakes of humanity is to foolishly think we are these physical bodies and life ends when this physical body deteriorates.
And as they follow their respective trajectories--each one a testament to the limitlessness of the human spirit--searching for answers about who they are and who they are capable of becoming, the three friends trace their transformations to events, experiences, and circumstances set into motion in the old neighborhood.
Evans herself possesses a sense of limitlessness, of determined exploration: literature, tech and music all capture her efforts and attention.
Perhaps it is also the perceived limitlessness and 'unknowableness' of the Internet and other technologies that frighten people, much the same as the concept of the unconscious does.