adjective as in extensive, complete
Best mittens for under $20The best mittens come in a few basic shapes, but you can get them for a seemingly unlimited range of prices, from single-digit dollars to over a cool hundred.
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What the enterprise tier delivers is unlimited instances across the Atlassian product line for each enterprise customer.
She gets to be outside, and it pays $16 per hour—enough to treat herself to McDonald’s and pay for the unlimited phone plan she bumped up to after hitting her data cap watching movies.
Channels, both public and private, are mostly one-way broadcasts that an unlimited number of people can follow.
Despite virtually unlimited resources, Team Cosby has been losing the PR war.
If ever there was too much bipartisanship, it would be the bipartisan acceptance of unlimited presidential war-making power.
Compare this to super PACs, which can also raise unlimited funds and spend heavily on politics.
Soft money—unlimited contributions to party committees made in support of fuzzy “issue advocacy” rather than campaigns—ruled.
They may now also raise unlimited amounts of money to fund such overt political messages.
The great Mr. Abrahams had an unlimited commission to secure at any price, a long list of great works.
He was a large shareholder of the bank, and the liability of the shareholders was unlimited.
Also they have unlimited supplies of bombs, each soldier carrying them, and they are not half bad at throwing them.
I think if you give me a full and unlimited commission to bully Giles and that little boy, Brittles, I can manage it.
The younger Brethren—whose number is unlimited—are admissible at the pleasure of the court.
On this page you'll find 106 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unlimited, such as: absolute, boundless, endless, immeasurable, immense, and incalculable.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.