Definitions of limited

  1.   having a specific function or scope; " a special ( or specific) role in the mission"
  2.   Restricted; narrow.
  3.   Restricted; controlled in action by constitutional provisions; said of a government; as, a limited monarchy.
  4.   not unlimited; " a limited list of choices"
  5.   not excessive
  6.   Confined within limits; narrow; circumscribed; restricted; as, our views of nature are very limited.
  7.   Narrow; restricted.
  8.   Limitless.
  9.   Confined to certain limits; circumscribed.
  10.   small in range or scope; " limited war"; " a limited success"; " a limited circle of friends"
  11.   including only a part
  12.   Mediocre.
  13.   Within limits: narrow: restricted.
  14.   A fast express train.
  15.   of Limit
  16.   subject to limits or subjected to limits
  17.   Narrow; circumscribed; restricted. Limited liability, in a joint- stock company, liability of the shareholders to a fixed amount.

Antonyms for limited

imperative, adaptable, untrammeled, acquirable, endless, handsome, compulsive, broad, versatile, controlling, immoderate, fathomless, exacting, arrogant, extensive, global, Embracive, nonspecific, general, multiplex, all-out, unqualified, hulking, ubiquitous, abundant, cosmopolitan, abysmal, enormous, despotic, unrestricted, panoramic, protean, major, numerous, far-flung, commodious, inclusive, countless, capacious, monocratic, enlarged, vague, comprehensive, king-size, out-and-out, undefined, jumbo, obtainable, dogmatic, Dimensionless, encyclopedic, voluminous, multitudinous, multiple, massive, inexhaustible, exhaustive, goodly, limitless, boundless, legion, expanded, spacious, substantial, all-powerful, bumper, domineering, unconfined, untrammelled, indeterminate, imperious, sizable, attainable, plenitudinous, measureless, procurable, illimitable, long, dictatorial, infinite, uncounted, grandiose, indefinite, accessible, rangy, inestimable, unnumbered, Multifold, profound, unbounded, widespread, whacking, all-around, large, nebulous, immeasurable, overall, all-inclusive, hefty, incalculable, unconditional, wide-ranging, in depth, oceanic, open, vast, all-purpose, compulsory, expansive, oversize, unconditioned, considerable, ample, largish, myriad, innumerable, respectable, arbitrary, unlimited, far-reaching, commanding, unequivocal, coercive, huge, positive, innumerous, full-scale, undefinable, beaucoup, public, roomy, super, whole, uncountable, local, absolute, omnipresent, thoroughgoing, catholic, thorough, tyrannous, autocratic, omnibus, bulky, all-embracing, copious, wall-to-wall, czarist, many, full, escalated, gigantic, authoritative, colossal, unfathomable, available, clean, supreme, all in, unspecialized, numberless, unreserved, cover-all, big, unmeasured, bird's eye, sweeping, wide, epic, irresponsible, lordly, general-purpose, horizonless, omnipotent, deep, untold, complete, Cyclopedic, haughty, extended, compendious, free-for-all, immense, universal, total, peremptory, tyrannical, broad gauge, bottomless, great, plentiful, overbearing.

Quotes of limited

  1. In view of the fact that God limited the intelligence of man, it seems unfair that He did not also limit his stupidity. – Konrad Adenauer
  2. There was one public school for boys, and one for girls, but Jewish children were admitted in limited numbers- only ten to a hundred; and even the lucky ones had their troubles. – Mary Antin
  3. The extent of your consciousness is limited only by your ability to love and to embrace with your love the space around you, and all it contains. – Napoleon Bonaparte
  4. As a consequence, the Court ruled that the limits on campaign spending violated the First Amendment, but it accepted the $1, 000 limit on individual contributions on the ground that the need to avoid the appearance of corruption justified this limited constraint on speech. – James L. Buckley
  5. The Coyote is limited as Bugs is limited by his anatomy. – Chuck Jones
  6. As a conservative who believes in limited government, I believe that the only check on government power in real time is a free and independent press. – Mike Pence
  7. We save limited resources in terms of who we are physically screening. The approach will allow us to pay more attention to those potential terrorists. – John Pistole
  8. Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing, the rest is mere sheep -herding. – Ezra Pound
  9. The site I landed on feels much more isolated than it really is; it's almost magical. Within its limited radius, there was a whole range of the local ecology. – Martin Puryear
  10. Digital imaging allows both groups to rise above the limitations of mess and clutter and mechanics, and apply our talents to creating images limited only by our imaginations. – Buffy Sainte-Marie
  11. Humanism: an exaltation of freedom, but one limited by our need to exercise it as an integral part of nature and society. – John Ralston Saul
  12. After things started to happen here, my choice of material was extremely limited It was a weird situation. – Nancy Sinatra
  13. I think people need to understand that with plays and with cinema, when you hear about it, call and get a ticket then or go and see it then. It's especially with the play, which I can do because it's a limited run. – Alfre Woodard

Usage examples for limited

  1. Your decision to fight to- night made our choice limited – Princess Maritza by Percy Brebner
  2. The good that a person, who thus calls out the good within people, may do is limited only by his acquaintance. ” – The Etiquette of To-day by Edith B. Ordway
  3. My early recollections of his playing are rather limited – Fragments of an Autobiography by Felix Moscheles
  4. “ I must observe where I am limited and where I am not. ” – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. X. (of 12) by Edmund Burke
  5. “ I thank you very much for your visit and your kind words, but my time is limited – The Goose Man by Jacob Wassermann
  6. “ I know how comparatively limited you are as to money." ” – A Manifest Destiny by Julia Magruder
  7. The term is not limited to a man having a wife and children. ” – Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman by Albert Sidney Bolles
  8. My time is limited – Analyzing Character by Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb
  9. But, Mary, you don't suppose that one of the most important men in Europe, with limited time at his disposal, would take that journey unless he had something very important indeed to say to you? ” – Black Oxen by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  10. “ " He is a limited soul," Nejdanov thought, " but is it not a thousand times better to be like that than such... ” – Virgin Soil by Ivan S. Turgenev
  11. It is limited to one sense- touch. ” – Elementary Theosophy by L. W. Rogers
  12. At the high school, which was under government control, Jewish children were admitted in limited numbers,- only ten to every hundred,- and even if you were among the lucky ones, you had your troubles. ” – The Promised Land by Mary Antin
  13. We've got a great deal to do, and unfortunately hours are limited in length as well as in number. ” – The Bicyclers and Three Other Farces by John Kendrick Bangs
  14. In this event his choice was limited to the alternative of a night retreat, or of being shut up in St. Quentin. ” – The Franco-German War of 1870-71 by Count Helmuth, von Moltke
  15. “ A note to her had brought an answer, saying that her time was limited but she would be glad to have him call at five that afternoon. ” – The Last Shot by Frederick Palmer
  16. His stock of information is limited – The Wheel O' Fortune by Louis Tracy
  17. Just got in on the Limited at five o'clock. ” – Fore! by Charles Emmett Van Loan
  18. They let me have a limited number of books, but no ink and paper, and they allowed me a 'valet de chambre' and a physician. ” – The Memoirs of Cardinal de Retz, Complete by Jean Francois Paul de Gondi, Cardinal de Retz
  19. The word " inferior" is to be understood in a carefully limited sense. ” – The Moral Instruction of Children by Felix Adler
  20. The word is of very limited use. ” – Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon by George Gibbs

Rhymes for limited