bottomless

[bot-uhm-lis]
adjective
1.
lacking a bottom.
2.
immeasurably deep.
3.
unfathomable; mysterious: a bottomless problem.
4.
without bounds; unlimited: He seems to have a bottomless supply of money.
5.
without basis, cause, or reason: a bottomless accusation.
6.
nude or nearly nude below as well as above the waist: bottomless dancers.
7.
featuring bottomless entertainers: a bottomless club.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English botomles. See bottom, -less; defs. 5, 6 on the model of topless

bottomlessly, adverb
bottomlessness, noun


4. boundless, infinite, inexhaustible.
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bottomless (ˈbɒtəmlɪs)
 
adj
1.  having no bottom
2.  unlimited; inexhaustible
3.  very deep

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bottomless
early 14c., from bottom + -less.
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Example sentences
Repeated magnification of the borders plunges one into a bottomless
  phantasmagoria of baroque imagery.
Pouring any more money into this bottomless pit is useless.
Inexpensive soups and sandwiches were available, as was a bottomless coffee cup.
The professor's knowledge is bottomless, but not your bandwidth.
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