Etymology
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bottomless (adj.)

early 14c., "without a bottom," from bottom + -less. From 1560s as "baseless, unsubstantial."

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Definitions of bottomless

bottomless (adj.)
extremely deep;
a bottomless pit
a bottomless lake
bottomless (adj.)
having no bottom;
bottomless pajamas consisting simply of a long top opening down the front
bottomless (adj.)
having no apparent limits or bounds;
bottomless pockets
a bottomless supply of money
bottomless (adj.)
unclothed especially below the waist or featuring such nudeness;
a bottomless bar
bottomless dancers
From wordnet.princeton.edu