Being without boundaries or limits; infinite. See Synonyms at infinite.(adjective)
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Use "boundless" in a sentence
"Personally, I have seen her work her campaigns and a term boundless energy is one that often came to mind seeing her work them."
"Havenstein, now on the defensive, insisted that inflation came not from granting credits but from what he called the boundless growth of the floating debt - which was to say he thought it was the government's fault."
"Matthew Cheney has written this up faster than I can type the title his boundless enthusiasm for V.'s new collection, Secret Life, will single-handedly turn it into critical success."