limits

[ lim-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF limits

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIMITS

Exceeding the limits assigned to it, my discussion has, however, extended too far.

But we are approaching the limits of what government alone can do.

But you must understand that there are limits even to what you can do.

In 1784 but one slave was to be found in the limits of the meeting.

The station was three miles away, and now within the limits of Ayer.

Between these limits lies the printed correspondence of sixteen years.

But chemistry has its limits as to usefulness in all human laboratories.

In heaven, on earth and in the Nether World only the gospel of Buddha has no limits.

But to do this one must be freed altogether from the limits of length and time.

But already this first section of my book has exceeded its limits.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LIMITS

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.