[[t]ˈbɒt əm lɪs[/t]] adj.
1) lacking a bottom
2) immeasurably deep
3) without bounds; unlimited:
a bottomless supply of money[/ex]
4) without basis, cause, or reason:
a bottomless accusation[/ex]
5) cvb
a) nude or nearly nude below the waist
b) featuring bottomless entertainers
Etymology: 1275–1325 bot′tom•less•ly, adv. bot′tom•less•ness, n.

From formal English to slang. 2014.

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