Endless - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈendləs|  American pronunciation of the word endless
Brit.  |ˈɛndləs|  British pronunciation of the word endless

adjective

- tiresomely long; seemingly without end(syn: eternal, interminable)

endless debates
an endless conversation

- infinitely great in number

endless waves

- having no known beginning and presumably no end(syn: dateless, sempiternal)

time is endless

- having the ends united so as to form a continuous whole

an endless chain

Examples

There was an endless line at the bank.

There is endless work to do on the house.

They turned into an endless street.

The war was endless.

The possibilities are endless.

He's been in a lot of trouble - drugs, guns, blackmail - the list is endless.

This city is endlessly fascinating.

...the endless forest that the first European settlers encountered...

...her endless excuses for not doing the work madded her overburdened coworkers...

...the studio executives depend on endless memoranda to keep track of what's going on at a movie shot on location...

...took a breather from the seemingly endless task of sorting through years of stuff stored in the attic...

...the widow plied her suitor with dainties and endless glasses of sherry...

...I disrelish the thought of sitting through endless meetings on the matter....

Their endless chatter drove her to distraction.

...the endless succession of incomings had us wondering how we would ever find room for everyone...

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