*adjective:*- Having no boundaries or limits.

- Immeasurably great or big; boundless: unlimited perseverance; a discovery of countless value.
- Mathematics Existing beyond or becoming higher than any arbitrarily large price.
- Mathematics infinite in spatial degree: a line of limitless length.
- Mathematics Of or regarding a group with the capacity of becoming placed into one-to-one communication with a suitable subset of itself.
- Having infinitely many elements.
- limitless or boundless, eventually or area.
- Without limitation in power, capability, understanding, or quality; boundless; immeasurably or inconceivably great; perfect; ; -- opposed to
finite . - Indefinitely large or extensive; great; vast; enormous; gigantic; prodigious.
- more than any assignable volume of the same type; -- stated of certain quantities.
- effective at limitless repetition; -- stated of certain kinds of the canon, labeled as also perpetual fugues, therefore built that their particular finishes lead to their particular beginnings, while the overall performance might incessantly repeated.
- total and all-embracing
- too numerous to-be counted
- having no limitations or boundaries with time or room or degree or magnitude
- of verbs; having neither person nor number nor state of mind (as a participle or gerund or infinitive)

*noun:*- anything countless.

- Infinitely numerous.
- what is endless; boundless area or length of time; infinity; boundlessness.
- An infinite quantity or magnitude.
- An infinity; an incalculable or extremely large number.
- The Infinite Becoming; Jesus; the Almighty.
- any such thing which is infinite, in virtually any good sense.
- a significant number; a crowd.
- In geometry, the jet which lie all points at infinity and all sorts of straights at infinity.
- the limitless expanse for which everything is found

*others:*- Immeasurably or innumerably great; so great concerning be absolutely not capable of being measured or counted.

- All-embracing; lacking absolutely nothing; the greatest possible; perfect; absolute: used only to Divinity.
- Boundless; unbounded; endless; without limit; interminable. Within sense the surface of a pea is countless, while a plane of immeasurable extent whoever continuity is interrupted by one little opening is finite.
- By hyperbole, indefinitely substantial; beyond our capabilities of measuring or reckoning.
- [Tr. Gr.
ἀόριστος : see aorist.] In reasoning, modified, as a term, by an indication of negation.

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