The property of being boundless, of being without limits or ends.(noun)
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Use "boundlessness" in a sentence
"And when the silent darkness enveloped all this beauty, and grandeur, and magnificence in undistinguishable gloom, my mind experienced that wonderful sense of freedom and relief which come from all that suggests the idea of boundlessness -- the deep sky, the dark night, the endless circle, the illimitable waters."
"Much earlier Aristotle forcefully noted that the limits of human perfection (or, if you prefer, the boundlessness of human imperfection) often makes the lesser of two evils the far better choice as it is easier to hit and less likely to go as monstrously wrong as demanding perfection and failing altogether."
"In contrast, our current monetary system is the very perfection of financial boundlessness and unaccountability."