endlessly

[ US /ˈɛndɫəsɫi/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛndləsli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. with unflagging resolve
    dance inspires him ceaselessly to strive higher and higher toward the shining pinnacle of perfection that is the goal of every artiste
  2. all the time; seemingly without stopping
    a theological student with whom I argued interminably
    her nagging went on endlessly
  3. (spatial sense) seeming to have no bounds
    the Nubian desert stretched out before them endlessly
  4. continuing forever without end
    there are infinitely many possibilities
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How To Use endlessly In A Sentence

  • As the endlessly sweet but slightly pinheaded stewardess-to-be Donna, She is yum-yum-yummy in a procession of miniskirts, bikinis, halter tops and other wardrobe choices that make the most of her lithe legginess.
  • So much so that people still endlessly share their images and quotes today. The Sun
  • He was a cheerful, gregarious man, as endlessly curious as a cat, highly emotional and susceptible.
  • In this rather archaically written biography, marred by ornate, stilted language and the author's reliance on and citation of endlessly extended passages from his great-great-grandfather's autobiography, James Mellon struggles mightily but fails to make his readers care much for or about Thomas Mellon. Banking On the Future
  • Yet unlike the systemic risk problem, which is endlessly jawboned in Washington today, no one is really talking about the dispersion of responsibility problem. Legislating a Conscience on Wall Street
  • His style was endlessly combative. Times, Sunday Times
  • They operated under the assumption that there could be no real division between family and work, that the two overlapped endlessly.
  • There is no shortage of sophisticated thinking, but the prose that delivers it is vigorous, endlessly supple and engaging everyday English.
  • The far-fetched story is propelled by its endlessly inventive energy and visual verve. Times, Sunday Times
  • As the waves lap in think I detect a note of weariness in the endlessly repeated motion.
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