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  • adv. In an unlimited way.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an unlimited manner or degree.


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  • I practically quit buying music as soon as I became a premium user, which enabled me to use Spotify unlimitedly in the US.

    Mike McCready: Spotify Has More of a Fighting Chance Against Apple, Amazon, & Others

  • The rice comes unlimitedly in its own dish just like the bread (kind of like a pancake, only much better).

    What a Jolly Good Day « Unknowing

  • Master Sha defines Tao as emptiness, oneness, without shape or form, unlimitedly big and small, beyond space and time.

    Tao II

  • Yes, FISA would still be in effect, but this administration, which is incompetent anyway, and unlimitedly malicious, could have adopted the strategy of ignoring all intelligence clues they had in the hope of blaming Democrats and Obama for whatever might occur.

    Why Obama's Support For FISA Cave-In Is Such A Downer

  • If you were stranded on an island and could only have one thing grow on the trees on said island, unlimitedly, what would that thing be?

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  • The fear that cloning would decrease biological diversity is unjust because limitations and regulations would be created so a parent would not be cloned unlimitedly or in excess.


  • To unlimitedly expand the idea of 1,000,000 Enlightened Beings around the world ... allowing this idea to sink deeply into Awareness, creating and expanding the possibility within the minds of everyone, the possibility, plausibility, and inevitability of an Enlightened civilization.

    Enlightenment Tipping Point

  • For, before the name of Fortune was used, they knew there was a powerful cause, which moved irregularly and unlimitedly and with such a force that no human reason could avoid it; and this cause they called by the names of gods.

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • Oxygen has practically no negative impact, and wood is unlimitedly durable under water.

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  • He was told to recruit one legion of land troops - though his fleets, he was told, he would have to requisition from the port cities in whatever area he happens to be cruising unlimitedly.

    Fortune's Favorites


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