bottomless

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From Middle English botemles, botmeles, equivalent to bottom +‎ -less.

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bottomless (not comparable)

  1. Having no bottom.
    • 2021 May 5, “Open Access: Saving our structures”, in RAIL, number 930, page 40:
      And while the railway's finances will forever remain a bottomless black hole, Highways England finances are rapidly becoming a bottomless pothole!
  2. Extremely deep.
  3. Having no bounds; limitless.
    The restaurant offered bottomless drinks.
    • 2021, Rebecca Reid, Rude: Stop Being Nice and Start Being Bold (page 199)
      I get a message from some school friends about a bottomless brunch they want to go to.
  4. Difficult to understand; unfathomable.
  5. Not wearing clothes below the waist; particularly not wearing clothes that would cover the genitalia.

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