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  • n. the state or quality of being bottomless

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  • n. the property of being very deep; without limit


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bottomless +‎ -ness


  • Given how obvious the above is, one is once again staggered by the absolute bottomlessness for your capacity for infantile stupidity.

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  • Public nudity is in vogue, and the practice of toplessness (and sometimes bottomlessness) extends from small-town teenage girls -- one was seen calling out, loudly, for the services of a body-painter -- to the 60-somethings clutching each other in a fully nude embrace at the "Polyamory Paradise" camp.

    Desert Wanderers Find Their Promised Land

  • Any historian who has done long stints of research knows the frustration over his or her inability to communicate the fathomlessness of the archives and the bottomlessness of the past.

    The New Age of the Book

  • Bottom there was none; the bottomlessness of it only became more apparent when one or other of the horses stumbled into the hole of an ant-bear.

    On the Firing Line

  • The inspection of these chasms brought him a second pulsation of that old horror which he had used to describe to Viviette as produced in him by bottomlessness in the north heaven.

    Two on a Tower

  • There must be something monstrous, methinks, in a vision of the sea bottom from over some bank a thousand miles from the shore, more awful than its imagined bottomlessness; a drowned continent, all livid and frothing at the nostrils, like the body of a drowned man, which is better sunk deep than near the surface.

    Cape Cod

  • It is remarkable how long men will believe in the bottomlessness of a pond without taking the trouble to sound it.

    Walden~ Chapter 16 (historical)

  • It had the same visual effect of a deep hole - the bottomlessness of it.

    On the Runway

  • "great" vehicle, because its view is proclaimed to be vast and profound: profound because it delves down to the bottomlessness of reality; and vast because it expands to care for all sentient beings throughout all space (s) and time (s).

    Hegel on Buddhism


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