Idiom: no end
Idiom: no end (of something)
- I'm sick of working for lawyers to no end.
- I'm excited! There's no end of good-looking guys in my class this year.
- Those clients have no end of questions! Can you try to help answer them?
- My mother complains to no end about my brother's children you'd think she never had kids herself.
- My colleagues are always laughing and talking loudly to no end and today, I finally asked them to be quiet so I could concentrate.
- I don't think I'll go to an all-inclusive resort again because there's no end of buffets and I gained 10 lbs in a week.
- Thanks for the flowers. They cheered me up to no end.
- On the weekends, our neighbors play loud music to no end.
- I didn't get any sleep because the people sitting behind me on the train talked to no end.
- loads of
- on and on
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