- lacking a bottom.
- immeasurably deep.
- unfathomable; mysterious: a bottomless problem.
- without bounds; unlimited: He seems to have a bottomless supply of money.
- without basis, cause, or reason: a bottomless accusation.
- nude or nearly nude below as well as above the waist: bottomless dancers.
- featuring bottomless entertainers: a bottomless club.
Origin of bottomless
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4. boundless, infinite, inexhaustible.
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Examples from the Web for bottomless
He insists that there is a “bottomless warren of unanswered questions surrounding that day and its aftermath.”Celebrity Conspiracy Theorists: Courtney Love Finds Malaysian Flight 370
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Behind her, a family that until now had been looking forward to some Bottomless Soup and Salad is dismayed.Frank Underwood Will Not Tolerate Insubordination in This Olive Garden
Kelly Williams Brown
February 24, 2014
Just a slow inexorable tightening of cold inescapable dread, ending in bottomless grief and loss.Carsten Stroud’s Book Bag: My Top Five Horror Classics
July 23, 2013
Meanwhile, billions of dollars of foreign aid are pumped into a bottomless pit that most ordinary Palestinians never see.Kerry's Gas Field Plan Won't Make Palestine a Better Place
May 28, 2013
There are things she could do, sure, to put an end to that bottomless hole she seems to be digging.Why Do We Still Hate Gwyneth Paltrow?
May 2, 2013
This had suddenly dawned before him like a bottomless abyss.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
And of the bottomless pit, and the flames of hell everlasting.Poems
William D. Howells
In some places it seemed as bottomless as a pit of quicksand.War from the Inside
Frederick L. (Frederick Lyman) Hitchcock
For it seemed to him that it must be the death of him followed by a lightless, bottomless pit.Within the Tides
To look round the ship was to look into a bottomless, black pit.The Shadow-Line
- having no bottom
- unlimited; inexhaustible
- very deep
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Word Origin and History for bottomless
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