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There is an indescribable vacancy about the downs that suggests the impressive vacancy of the sea, the boundlessness of it.
Sometimes it is an intimation of boundlessness, contradicting or abolishing the fixed limits of our habitual view.
OXFORD LECTURES ON POETRYANDREW CECIL BRADLEY
The moral ideal is indicated, the boundlessness of duty and the need for an awakening of man to his place in the universe.
Through the much-misused word “freedom” and under her flag one often falls into indefiniteness, boundlessness, conceit.
The very impossibility of defining the boundaries declares the boundlessness of the kingdom.
Then at the first check he suffers an annoyance proportionate to the boundlessness of his previous elation.
The boundlessness of that faithfulness is the main thought, but the contrast of the whirling, shifting clouds with it is striking.
O the inconceivable, and incomprehensible boundlessness of all infinitely transcendent perfections!
In this enthusiasm, there is no true reality of art, but absolute boundlessness.
Infin′itūde, Infin′ity, boundlessness: immensity: countless or indefinite number.

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