boundlessness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the quality of being infinite; without bound or limit

  • In an ending that evokes America's geographical boundlessness, draws on Psalm 68 to declare that blacks will rise on the world's historical stage, and then recites the abolitionist .
  • THERE is something preposterous about picking individual poems or even collections out of this boundlessness," the Swedish Academy's secretary said last week of Pablo Neruda's.
  • That California has come to embody such a vision of boundlessness is a little strange, since the dream of California is as much the dream of disappointment as of hopethe dream .

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