endless

Things that are endless go on forever, or at least appear to. The ocean looks endless when you sail out of sight of the shore.

Endless things are infinite — your love for someone might be endless, and the mathematical symbol of infinity represents an endless number. You're most likely to use this adjective to describe things that only seem to last forever, like an endless meeting at work or an endless commute during rush hour. The Old English root of endless is endeleas, "boundless or eternal."

Definitions of endless
  1. adjective
    having no known beginning and presumably no end
    “time is endless
    synonyms: dateless, sempiternal
    infinite
    having no limits or boundaries in time or space or extent or magnitude
  2. adjective
    infinitely great in number
    endless waves”
    Synonyms:
    infinite
    having no limits or boundaries in time or space or extent or magnitude
  3. adjective
    having the ends united so as to form a continuous whole
    “an endless chain”
    Synonyms:
    continuous, uninterrupted
    continuing in time or space without interruption
  4. adjective
    tiresomely long; seemingly without end
    endless debates”
    “an endless conversation”
    synonyms: eternal, interminable
    long
    primarily temporal sense; being or indicating a relatively great or greater than average duration or passage of time or a duration as specified
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