Definitions

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  • adj. Without stint or restraint.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Without stint or restraint.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Ceaseless.
  • Without stint; unstinted; generous.

Etymologies

stint +‎ -less (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Pink spikes and white and vivid blue spikes; masses of brown and orange cups, like low-growing tulips; ranks of beautiful vetches and purple lupines; escholtzias, like immense sweeps of golden sunlight; wild sweet peas; trumpet-shaped blossoms whose name no one knew, -- all flung broadcast over the face of the land, and in such stintless quantities that it dazzled the mind to think of as it did the eyes to behold them.

    Clover

  • I find in Paul's writing the same artistic fault, with the same resulting difficulty, that I find in Shakspere's -- a fault that, in each case, springs from the admirable fact that the man is much more than the artist -- the fault of trying to say too much at once, of pouring out stintless the plethora of a soul swelling with life and its thought, through the too narrow neck of human utterance.

    Unspoken Sermons Series I., II., and II.

  • It may be there was something humble in my stintless adoration; it may be I was like a child for the pleasure of her nearness; it may be my eyes told all too well of the fire that burned within me, but O, the girl was kind, gentler than forgiveness, sweeter than all heaven.

    The Trail of '98 A Northland Romance

  • Not long after Merida was founded, a Mexican poet described the renewal that comes every year at this time to those who wisely till their fields and plant ahead, in these words: "Here by the Supreme Giver, one and all, in stintless grace and beauty, are bestowed.

    Remarks By President To Business Community Of Merida Mexico

  • I find in Paul’s writing the same artistic fault, with the same resulting difficulty, that I find in Shakspere’s — a fault that, in each case, springs from the admirable fact that the man is much more than the artist — the fault of trying to say too much at once, of pouring out stintless the plethora of

    Unspoken Sermons Third Series

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