[ UK /ʌnbˈa‍ʊndɪd/ ]
[ US /ənˈbaʊndɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. seemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extent
    children with boundless energy
    unbounded enthusiasm
    a limitless supply of money
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How To Use unbounded In A Sentence

  • What he revealed in his narration of the program was an unbounded passion for this project.
  • What solitary distances, what sere, remote escarpments, what unbounded, wide eternities they are where you reside, in which no creatures of your hand appear!
  • Then, in unbounded joy, he leaped up into the arms of his handlers, who held him aloft while he punched the sky repeatedly, and the building shook.
  • Despite predictions of almost unbounded mobility, most people in industrialised nations are less physically active than ever before.
  • The latter, whose anger was unbounded, had seized a poignard at his girdle, and was about to have rushed on the impassable aggressor, when a guttural cry, like that of the _cilguero_, (a kind of linnet of The Pearl of Lima A Story of True Love
  • She grew excited as she developed the plan, and with my heart sinking I had to feign unbounded gladness and enthusiasm at this solution of my difficulties. Confession
  • Too numerous are the friends to mention here, who came to wish her excellent health, unbounded happiness and infinite prosperity.
  • Though commentators and critics do not agree as to whether the later Wittgenstein is still a finitist and whether, if he is, his finitism is as radical as his intermediate rejection of unbounded mathematical quantification (Maddy 1986, 300-301, 310), the overwhelming evidence indicates that the later Wittgenstein still rejects the actual infinite Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics
  • He now bent all his efforts to carry into execution a project designed for the sons of the wealthy planters of Louisiana, with whom he was an unbounded favourite.
  • Surely, online videos like Nivea's "Black Booty" campaign and Hot Pocket's "Hot Pocket's Dojo" campaign are undoubtedly some kind of spasmed response at being exposed to unbounded levels of creative freedom. Czerina Salud: Minority Marketing Gone Wild: Beyond Nivea
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