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)
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.