no end
phrasal exceedingly <
it pleases us no end
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • no end — ► no end informal very much. Main Entry: ↑end …   English terms dictionary

  • no end — adverb on and on for a long time (Freq. 1) the child cried no end * * * adverb : awfully, exceedingly the whole crowd was no end put out by the poor spirit of the home team * * * no end (informal) Very much …   Useful english dictionary

  • no end — spoken a lot Her English has improved no end. no end of: We ve had no end of trouble with this car …   English dictionary

  • no end — {adv.}, {informal} 1. Very much; exceedingly. * /Jim was no end upset because he couldn t go swimming./ 2. Almost without stopping; continually. * /The baby cried no end./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • no end — {adv.}, {informal} 1. Very much; exceedingly. * /Jim was no end upset because he couldn t go swimming./ 2. Almost without stopping; continually. * /The baby cried no end./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • no\ end — adv informal 1. Very much; exceedingly. Jim was no end upset because he couldn t go swimming. 2. Almost without stopping; continually. The baby cried no end …   Словарь американских идиом

  • no end — Synonyms and related words: a deal, a fortiori, a great deal, a lot, above all, abundantly, acervatim, affluently, all the more, aplenty, as all creation, as all get out, beaucoup, bottomlessly, bounteously, bountifully, chiefly, considerable,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • No end — very much; greatly: The news of the lottery win thrilled them no end …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • no end — Australian Slang very much; greatly: The news of the lottery win thrilled them no end …   English dialects glossary

  • no end —    This expression is another way of saying very much .     Aunt Bessie was pleased no end to be invited to your wedding …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

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