What is another word for no end of?

Pronunciation: [nˈə͡ʊ ˈɛnd ɒv] (IPA)

When you need to express that something is limitless or never-ending, there are several synonyms for "no end of" that you can use. For instance, you can say "endless," "infinite," "unlimited," "boundless," "incessant," or "never-ending." Other alternatives include "ceaseless," "continuous," "interminable," "unending," "unrestrained," or "perpetual." Each of these words captures the idea of something that either can't be measured or can't be stopped. So, whether you're describing a person's energy or your love for chocolate, choosing the right synonym will help you convey your message with clarity and precision.

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What are the hypernyms for No end of?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for no end of?

Antonyms for "no end of" can be words such as "limited," "restricted," "scarce," "insufficient" or "little." "No end of" is an expression that means limitless or abundant. The opposite of that is a condition in which something is restricted or limited, where there is a definite end to the supply or availability of the object or action. The antonyms for "no end of" can be used to describe a situation where resources or actions are lacking, insufficient, or scarce. These antonyms can lend precision to descriptions, helping readers to visualize a precise image of a situation by highlighting the limitations or restrictions of supply or action.

Famous quotes with No end of

  • I'd been a Bowie fan before punk and used to get no end of trouble. I was always getting knocked about and having to run up the street, getting chased by people. It was horrible.
    Gary Numan
  • Plenty of hope — for God — no end of hope — only not for us.
    Franz Kafka
  • Each set of woes can be left behind in a folder in a drawer at the end of the day. Whereas in the outside world there is no end of obligation, no protection from the needs and grief of others.
    John Updike
  • He is at no end of his actions blest Whose ends will make him greatest, and not best.
    George Chapman
  • This "I" of mine toils hard, day and night, for a home which it knows as its own. Alas, there will be no end of its sufferings so long as it is not able to call this home thine.In its efforts to clasp in its own arms that which is for all, it hurts others and is hurt in its turn, and cries, "Lead me across". But as soon as it is able to say, "All my work is thine," everything remains the same, only it is taken across.For thou dwellest in me and I in thee. Thou without me or I without thee are nothing.
    Rabindranath Tagore

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