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endless

adjective uk   /ˈend.ləs/ us  
B2 never finishing, or seeming never to finish: We used to have endless arguments about politics. He seems to think that I have an endless supply of money. The possibilities are endless.
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adverb uk   /-li/ us  
I find myself endlessly repeating the same phrases.
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