boundlessly boundlessly


  • (adv) without bounds



  1. That theme is William Vollmann, whom the author finds boundlessly fascinating.
  2. He seems boundlessly friendly and outgiving, but White House insiders have long since grown used to having him pass in the halls without a nod or a word.
  3. The fact was that Harry Truman was a happy man, and as far as the observer could tell, boundlessly sure of himself.


  1. "He's got it all. He's got his wife. He's got his kids. He's got every movie he wants to make. Hanks is someone who I admire boundlessly. And he's stilly funny and he's happy," Alec said. "Are you happy?"
    on Nov 19, 2008 By: Alec Baldwin Source: Access Hollywood

  2. "I thought Glenn Gould was the greatest pianist of his time and I admired him boundlessly," Previn said in a statement from Munich where he is currently performing.
    on Feb 4, 2005 By: Andre Previn Source:

  3. "Nah, he's boundlessly energetic, really enthusiastic and has an amazing temperament," explains Kayvan. "He's just got a really clear vision of what he wants."
    on Apr 9, 2010 By: Kayvan Novak Source: The Guardian

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animosity animosity
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