Limitless [adjective]

Definition of Limitless:

never-ending, infinite

Opposite/Antonyms of Limitless:

Sentence/Example of Limitless:

It’s also a question with seemingly limitless answers, as states, school districts, and teachers unions have been left to negotiate safety among themselves — with, until recently, little guidance from the federal government.

Video games can serve an almost limitless number of functions, from a consumer entertainment product to a living library for government-censored speech and research.

In adulthood, too, Orellana Garcia’s energy seemed limitless.

No constitutional rights are limitless—and the repeal of Section 230 has nothing to do with freedom of speech.

It seems like the hope of near-limitless clean energy may not be as far off as we thought.

Similarly in Australia, you have this giant database, which includes driver’s license data, that is now going to be used for limitless criminal justice purposes, and where the home affairs department will have complete control.

While people were stuck at home with few options for offline entertainment, Joanna Lambert, head of consumer at Verizon Media, said that the online options for written, video and virtual entertainment became limitless.

Jane now pursued her studies and her limitless reading with unabated ardor.

The expanse, apparently so limitless, open to her view, invited her fancy to a range equally boundless.

But she had quickly grown to love the broad, free Indian reservation, with its limitless miles of unfenced hills.