bottomless bottomless  /ˈbɑ təm ləs/


  1. (adj) extremely deep
  2. (adj) having no bottom
  3. (adj) having no apparent limits or bounds
  4. (adj) unclothed especially below the waist or featuring such nudeness


  1. The father, with his bottomless checkbook and flair for p.
  2. With near bottomless funds from money-market investments and sky-high leveraging limits, the shadow system financed the bubble that is now bursting.
  3. It's that he failed in not making a full disclosure to Congress and the White House that we were taking a leap into a bottomless black abyss.


  1. Forecast Calls for Volatility

    Investors are bracing for a stormy summer, as steady asset-price gains fueled by bottomless central-bank liquidity have given way to sharp swings jolting stocks, currencies and commodities alike. Many ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Wall Street Journal via Yahoo! Finance

  2. New TD Garden president Amy Latimer's road to the top

    There's a bottomless mug that sits on one very important desk at the TD Garden which reads "It's all good."        
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Boston Globe


  1. "The wage bill in the year just finished was too high in relation to our turnover," Williams said. "There has to be some adjustment. It does need to come down as this is a business and we do not have a bottomless pit of money. There is always...
    on Jun 9, 2009 By: John Williams Source:

  2. "When you think of the great, iconic stories that people seem to have kind of bottomless interest in, you think about Marilyn (Monroe) and John F. Kennedy and Diana," Brown said. "I think Diana has left an enormous footprint."
    on Jun 20, 2007 By: Tina Brown Source: Washington Post

  3. "Karl is a bottomless well of stupidity, so unlike my other shows The Office and Extras, which I stopped prematurely through fear of going stale and running out of ideas, I want this to run and run like The Simpsons. The world has a new Homer, but...
    on Dec 3, 2009 By: Ricky Gervais Source:

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