Definition of endless adjective from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



    BrE BrE//ˈendləs//
    ; NAmE NAmE//ˈendləs//
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  1. 1very large in size or amount and seeming to have no end synonym limitless endless patience endless opportunities for making money The possibilities are endless. an endless list of things to do We don't have an endless supply of money, you know.
  2. 2continuing for a long time and seeming to have no end an endless round of parties and visits The journey seemed endless. I've had enough of their endless arguing.
  3. 3(specialist) (of a loop, etc.) having the ends joined together so it forms one piece an endless loop of tape
  4. Word Origin Old English endelēas (see end, -less).Extra examples a potentially endless sequence of repeated shapes a seemingly endless list of repairs to be carried out He had endless arguments with his father about it. It was a seemingly endless eight weeks before the letter arrived. It was like that endless moment between the lightning flash and the thunder. She was getting bored with the endless round of parties. The journey home seemed endless. There were endless meetings to attend.
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