American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having no limit or limits; unrestricted: limitless authority; the limitless reaches of outer space.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no limits; unbounded; illimitable.
- Synonyms Boundless, unlimited, illimitable, infinite.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having no limits; unbounded; boundless.
- adj. having no limits in range or scope
- adj. seemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extent
- adj. without limits in extent or size or quantity
- limit + -less (Wiktionary)
“Lopez 1995, which held unconstitutional a federal law banning guns in school zones as beyond Congress's powers, Justice Thomas called on the court to reverse decades of case law that had transformed the legislature's authority "to regulate Commerce . . . among the several States" into what he described as a limitless "police power.”
“Well Ralph your comments seem to contain limitless value.”
“This technology allows immediate processing of this decoded information for use in limitless mobile commerce applications: streaming music, view trailers, download ringtones, access information ‚ Ä¶ Camera phones become personal, wireless, and interactive barcode scanners ... consumers can point at a barcode and immediately access multiple contents related to that code.”
“For example, if a free copy of a dvd is given to a paid for and dishonest movie critic by the movie producer (a frequent phenomena), it may and likekely result in limitless number of copies.”
“There the birds stood side by side close together and gobbled grub-worms which must have been found there in limitless numbers, for it was very evident that there was never any complaint over a lack of food.”
“It’s just something I’ve seen floating around; I know plenty of monogamous people who believe in limitless love, but sexual exclusivity.”
“But if music were in limitless supply for a flat fee, they’d gladly participate.”
“Social entrepreneurship is built on the notion of limitless possibility and women have embraced that opportunity in large numbers and to stunning success.”
“And, you know, I keep using this word limitless but it really is.”
“While the amount of potential ad inventory that can be created in new Web pages is virtually limitless, that isn't true for the amount of ad dollars available.”
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