from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having no bottom.
- adj. Too deep to be measured: a bottomless glacier lake.
- adj. Difficult or impossible to understand; unfathomable: one of the bottomless mysteries of life.
- adj. Having no limitations or bounds; limitless: a bottomless supply of money.
- adj. Nude, especially unclothed below the waist: bottomless dancers.
- adj. Featuring such dancers as entertainment: bottomless bars.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having no bottom.
- adj. Extremely deep.
- adj. Having no bounds; limitless.
- adj. Difficult to understand; unfathomable.
- adj. Not wearing clothes below the waist.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without a bottom; hence, fathomless; baseless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without a bottom. Hence— Groundless; unsubstantial; false: as, “bottomless speculations,”
- Fathomless; unfathomable; inexhaustible: as, a bottomless abyss or ocean.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extremely deep
- adj. having no apparent limits or bounds
- adj. unclothed especially below the waist or featuring such nudeness
- adj. having no bottom
This is where what I called the bottomless or fathomless self, the last version of the self, makes its appearance.
Behind him she saw what she called a bottomless hole filled with light.
On the plus side, though, that stuff about it being bottomless is also bunk.
Write what you want bottomless from the bottom of the mind
Whether they are called bottomless, endless or never-ending, all-you-can-eat promotions are flooding casual-dining outlets as restaurant chains attempt to lure customers to their tables while trying to avoid the pitfalls of previous similar campaigns.
Other closets, frankly, can only be classified as bottomless pits.
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It is called the bottomless pit, the unquenchable fire, fire and brimstone, hell fire, the lake of fire, devouring fire, everlasting fire, eternal fire, a stream of fire
The Indians called the bottomless pit the Devil's Den.
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