know no bounds (third-person singular simple present knows no bounds, present participle knowing no bounds, simple past and past participle knowed no bounds)
- (idiomatic) To be unlimited in scope or extent.
- 2011, Scott Stinson, "Recaps: Jersey Shore, Season 4, Episode 2", National Post, 11 August 2011:
- Ever the gentleman, he takes her to bed, then asks if she needs a taxi. Like, as soon as the act is complete. His douchery really does know no bounds.