1. without bounds
    he is infinitely wealthy
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  • Though suspecting that he is being sidetracked until his bosses are reassured of his nerves, the dark, clenched Eyal poses as a tour guide and insinuates himself into the lives of these blonde, open-faced, boundlessly naive Germans.
  • To make a school successful, a head must be boundlessly energetic.
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  • I have a nice apartment, an education, a job, and a support network for which I am boundlessly grateful. Eve Ensler: Ambiguous UpSparkles From the Heart of the Park: Mic Check/Occupy Wall Street (Part 3)
  • There is, of course, more at stake in a presidential election and the fight for power is boundlessly fierce. James Moore: Rick Perry Is so Not Gay - Excerpted From Adios Mofo: Why Rick Perry Will Make America Miss George W. Bush
  • And speaking of scenery, I would have been boundlessly impressed with the lush green fields and rolling hills and beautiful cliffs and salty air if it weren't for the fact that it looked exactly like Nova Scotia, which is where I'm from.
  • Dad was part of that boundlessly energetic postwar generation for whom the re-shaping of the earth with technology was not only a right, but a sacred duty.
  • When we steadfastly dedicate ourselves to the path of mentor and disciple, we can boundlessly manifest the wisdom and power that is inherent in our life.
  • She knew not what world she had entered, but saw over the undulating hills a tall, pale man, boundlessly British, with rumpled headand a black leather trench coat standing before an orchard. How a blog was born « paper fruit
  • It was a mere slave tunic, a cheap, tiny thing, little more than a ta-teera or camisk, and yet it delighted her, boundlessly. Magicians of Gor
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