from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having no boundaries or limits: unbounded space.
- adj. Not kept within bounds; unrestrained: unbounded enthusiasm.
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- adj. having no boundaries or limits
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no bound or limit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no bound or limit; unlimited in extent; hence, immeasurably great: as, unbounded space; unbounded power.
- Having no check or control; unrestrained.
- Synonyms Boundless, illimitable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. seemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extent
Everyone interested in unbounded immigration please unlock your doors, publish your address and promise not to call the police.
Medicine, science and the arts must remain unbounded, free within pristine cathedrals, even in the context of disputed territories.
Upon this occasion my father said, with an expression of unbounded wonder, What do you mean, Victor?
Aunt Henny threw her arms high above her head in unbounded astonishment.
Fleda looked up, a startled look of wonder, into his face, but the dark eye left no doubt of the meaning of his words; and in unbounded confusion she turned her own and her attention, ostensibly, to the book in her hand, though sight and sense were almost equally out of her power.
She recalled her unbounded enthusiasm for the man as Colonel Zane had told of him; then her first glimpse, and her surprise and admiration at the lithe-limbed young giant; then incredulity, amusement, and respect followed in swift order, after which an unaccountable coldness that was almost resentment.
Greek art -- that is, the unbounded love of beauty, which was an essential part of the Greek nature.
Deeply respecting her for her constancy, esteeming her for a model of taste, he was never in her society without that happy consciousness of shining which calls forth the treasures of the man; and these it is no exaggeration to term unbounded, when all that comes from him is taken for gold.
In particular, Simon challenged some basic building blocks of microeconomic theory, in particular, the maximization principle and the assumption about full ( "unbounded") rationality.
While the EFF realizes there are problems with the "rotten legal foundation" that underlies attempts to regulate the internet under the "unbounded" Title I ancillary authority, we worry about similar problems under Title II.