Definition of Limitlessness

1. Noun. The quality of being infinite; without bound or limit.




Definition of Limitlessness

1. Noun. Property of being limitless, infiniteness, boundlessness. ¹

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Definition of Limitlessness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Limitlessness

limites
limiting
limiting adjective
limiting angle
limiting factor
limiting layers of cornea
limiting membrane of retina
limiting sulcus
limiting sulcus of Reil
limiting sulcus of rhomboid fossa
limitingly
limitings
limitive
limitless
limitlessly
limitlessness (current term)
limitlessnesses
limitour
limitours
limitrophe
limits
limits inferior
limits superior
limivorous
limma
limmas
limmers
limn
limn-

Literary usage of Limitlessness

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1. Essays for College English by James Cloyd Bowman (1915)
"(vov) and the aim of conduct is to acquire that golden mean which is nothing other than a certain bound set to the inherent limitlessness of our impulsive ..."

2. Shelburne Essays by Paul Elmer More (1913)
"Furthermore this limitlessness is of the very essence of evil, whereas good in itself may be defined as a limit (TO yap KO. ..."

3. The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century by Houston Stewart Chamberlain (1911)
"Without the outward limitation the inner limitlessness is impossible ; if, on the other hand, outward limitlessness is aimed at, the limit will have to be ..."

4. The Drift of Romanticism: Shelburne Essays by Paul Elmer More (1913)
"Furthermore this limitlessness is of the very essence of evil, whereas good ... bound set to the inherent limitlessness of our impulsive or desiring nature. ..."

5. Addresses and Proceedings by National Education Association of the United States, National Teachers' Association (U.S.)., American Normal School Association, Central College Association (1902)
"The infinity and limitlessness of early folklore, the supremacy and royalty arising from the epoch of enthronement of Madonna and child in art, ..."

6. The Feeling for Nature in Scottish Poetry by John Veitch (1887)
"... rouse, and appal imagination and thought, and thus produce the mixed emotion of sublimity,—the sublimity of omnipotence joined to limitlessness. ..."

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