OTHER WORDS FROM unboundedun·bound·ed·ly, adverbun·bound·ed·ness, noun
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Humans have an almost unbounded set of skills and knowledge, and quickly learn new information without needing to be re-engineered to do so.Combining Neuroscience, Psychology, and AI Yields a Foundational Model of Human Thought|Paul S. Rosenbloom|July 28, 2022|Singularity Hub
As a practical matter, this gives police nearly unbounded discretion to pull over any driver, any time they choose.America's Traffic Laws Give Police Way Too Much Power|Max Carter-Oberstone|May 11, 2022|Time
The pessimism over the real-world impacts of apps and social media has turned into unbounded hope—at least among the tech elite and the venture capital investor class—that new technologies will solve our problems.
After Freud, the ocean came to denote unbounded inner space, whether that sense of limitlessness formed around a spiritual consciousness or otherwise.The Whale Who Will Come Soon - Issue 105: Whale Songs|Rebecca Giggs|September 8, 2021|Nautilus
In his own words, his success resulted from “the love of science and unbounded patience in long-reflecting over any subject.”The Secret to Success? Mastering the Art of Patience|Brad Stulberg|September 8, 2021|Time
His unbounded generosity won for him the admiration of all his race, who graciously recognized him as their Maguinoó.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
For a time the entire railway system in the north was under his p. 14control, and the confidence reposed in him was unbounded.
His cheerfulness was unbounded, and it was matched by his goodness of heart, his broad charity, and common sense.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
His pride in his family—such as the family was—was great, and his affection for his young mistress unbounded.The Cromptons|Mary J. Holmes
Mosheim, writing before the middle of the century, spoke of the 'unbounded liberty' of religious thought which existed in England.The English Church in the Eighteenth Century|Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton