unbounded

[uhn-boun-did]
adjective
1.
having no limits, borders, or bounds.
2.
unrestrained; uncontrolled: unbounded enthusiasm.

Origin:
1590–1600; un-1 + bound3 + -ed3

unboundedly, adverb
unboundedness, noun

unbound, unbounded.


1. limitless, immense, vast, infinite, immeasurable. 2. unconfined, immoderate.
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unbounded (ʌnˈbaʊndɪd)
 
adj
having no boundaries or limits
 
un'boundedly
 
adv
 
un'boundedness
 
n

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unbounded
1598, "not limited in extent," from un- (1) "not" + pp. of verb form of bound (n.). Sense of "generous, profuse, liberal" is recorded from 1704.
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Example sentences
The scope for friction within the coalition, a kind of war of attrition, is
  almost unbounded.
In contrast, interactive computer games create a space seemingly without
  horizons, finite yet unbounded.
The point being made is nothing more extraordinary than that human brotherhood
  is unbounded by race or color.
People are finite, but unbounded resources that require consensus to increase
  in magnitude.
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