endlessly endlessly  /ˈɛnd ləs li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) continuing forever without end
  2. (adv) with unflagging resolve
  3. (adv) (spatial sense) without bounds
  4. (adv) all the time; seemingly without stopping

Usage(s):

  1. Page, who as a student built an ink-jet printer out of Lego bricks, is snapping pieces together to make a kind of endlessly ascending staircase; Brin is working on a robot.
  2. Within the Administration, economists fretted endlessly over the pros and cons of various budget-balancing proposals.
  3. That is the reason he must change partners endlessly.

News

  1. Mumford & Sons Teams With Elvis Costello, Records Protest Song For G8 Summit

    In preparation for next week’s G8 Summit in Northern Ireland, the group Mumford & Sons has been recruited by U2 frontman Bono. Bono has been working endlessly with bands to create protest songs ahead of the event. Bands and artists from Green Day to Ed Sheeran to Sting have already signed up to release new [...] Mumford & Sons Teams With Elvis Costello, Records Protest Song For G8 Summit is a ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr

  2. Why Lululemon Is a Buy Right Now: Macke

    Sports apparel maker Lululemon (LULU) reported earnings last night. Here's the quick and dirty on the quarter: EPS came in at 33-cents including the endlessly discussed see-through pants debacle. Revenue was good, margins were fine, and guidance was decent. All was basically well until they got to the kicker: CEO Christine Day is stepping down [...]
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Yahoo! Finance: Breakout

  3. Hard Cases: Don’t Do Something; Just Sit There

    Doing nothing is different from doing no harm, that endlessly advertised professional goal for doctors. You can do a lot of things and still do no harm — and often not much good either.        
    on June 11, 2013     Source: International Herald Tribune

Quotes

  1. London Mayor Boris Johnson said in a radio interview, "I do think there's something slightly worrying about the anti-British rhetoric that seems to be permeating from America. I would like to see a bit of cool heads rather than endlessly...
    on Jun 14, 2010 By: Boris Johnson Source: Korea Times

  2. "There is no intention of dragging the negotiations on endlessly. There is no reason to suffer the same foot-dragging which previously characterized our discussions," Olmert said.
    on Nov 4, 2007 By: Ehud Olmert Source: Forbes

  3. "The homeland of Jesus cannot continue to be witness to so much bloodshed, which repeats itself endlessly," Benedict said from his studio window overlooking the square.
    on Dec 28, 2008 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: FOXNews

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