Another word for limit
utmost, bourne, ultimate, farthest point, farthest reach, destination, goal, conclusion, extremity, eventuality, termination, absolute, ultima Thule, the bitter end*, deadline*, cut-off point*, the nines*; see also end 4, finality, purpose 1.
The breaking point
the last straw, breaking point, boiling point, coup de grÃ¢ce (French).
limit implies the prescribing of a point in space, time, or extent, beyond which it is impossible or forbidden to go limit your slogan to 25 words; bound implies an enclosing in boundaries or borders a meadow bounded by hills; restrict implies a boundary that completely encloses and connotes a restraining within these bounds, or a restriction of action within narrow limits the soldier was restricted to the camp area; circumscribe emphasizes more strongly the cutting off or isolation of that which is within the bounds, or a restriction of action within narrow limits he leads the circumscribed life of a monk; confine stresses the restraint or hampering of enclosing limits confined in jail
Another word for limitnoun
A demarcation point or boundary beyond which something does not extend or occur:bound2 (often used in plural), confine (used in plural), end. See edge
Either of the two points at the ends of a spectrum or range:extreme. See edge
The boundary surrounding a certain area.Used in plural: bound2 (used in plural), confine (used in plural), precinct (often used in plural). See limited
Something that limits or restricts:check, circumscription, constraint, cramp2, curb, inhibition, limitation, restraint, restriction, stricture, trammel. See limited
The greatest amount or number allowed:ceiling, limitation, maximum. See limited
The ultimate point to which an action, thought, discussion, or policy is carried:end, extreme, length. See limited