termless

Related to termless: terminable

term·less

 (tûrm′lĭs)
adj.
1. Having no bounds or limits; unending: termless suffering.
2. Unconditional: termless surrender.

termless

(ˈtɜːmlɪs)
adj
1. without limit or boundary
2. unconditional
3. an archaic word for indescribable

term•less

(ˈtɜrm lɪs)

adj.
1. not limited; unconditional.
2. endless.
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If its sponsors believe that the poison that the group is spewing on the streets is good then they should give termless visas and one-way flight tickets to the youths they have radicalised to come and take up practice in Iran.'
The agreement is termless and is not subject to denunciation.
Russia and Saudi Arabia have agreed a termless extension of the Opec+ deal at the Moscow meeting, stated Russia's energy minister as saying on Saturday, adding that the agreement stipulates output regulation at any moment, a media report said.
Last week, approximately 1 200 workers of Poti port announced termless strike with the demand to increase wages.
The so-called termless deposits, saving accounts, child savings and current accounts are not taxed.
"If our demands are not met until September 30, 2013, we will begin termless protests throughout Kyrgyzstan," representative of the young people of Saruu village, Jeti-Oguz district Kairat Kachaganov said on September 24 at a press conference at AKIpress.
* Under present arrangements, these funds available for global purposes would in effect be available for spending or transfer as termless loans at standard (Treasury-Bill-type) short-term interest rates, rather than as grants.
It has a provision saying the agreement is termless and is not subject to denunciation," he said.
Candidate for president, the leader of "Radio Hay", Andreas Ghukasyan, declared a termless hunger strike on 21 January.