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How to use boundlessly in a sentence

Michael and Alan often enjoyed themselves boundlessly in Mr. Caryll's form.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
I have an income of which, even if I were boundlessly extravagant, I could not hope to spend half.
MR. GREX OF MONTE CARLOE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Supposed to be boundlessly wealthy, a blight came, and every leaf dropt off.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 68, NO. 417, JULY, 1850VARIOUS
They would be nobler, better, boundlessly good to all;—to those who have injured them to those whom they have injured.
EVAN HARRINGTON, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
She felt boundlessly happy, boundlessly confident in this free, open life.
THE GAMBLERKATHERINE CECIL THURSTON
If a boundlessly compassionate Amida is thought out, it is an imaginary being.
THE RELIGIONS OF JAPANWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
My aspiring zeal increased boundlessly, accompanied by a divine peace.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
Ferishtah says that all his knowledge only suffices to enable him to say that he loves boundlessly, endlessly.
THE BROWNING CYCLOPDIAEDWARD BERDOE
I felt at last that I was irretrievably lost—that I loved you boundlessly, and that I was anxious to prove it to you.
NAPOLEON AND THE QUEEN OF PRUSSIAL. MHLBACH,
We had expected a great, level plain, extending boundlessly towards the south; but in this we were disappointed.
THE SOUTH POLE, VOLUMES 1 AND 2ROALD AMUNDSEN

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