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An instance of a bottomless pit (meaning 4)

an entity or problem which consumes seemingly endless resources.

or figuratively a black hole. There is a StackExchange illustration for a bottomless pit in a finite universe, based on Gabriel's hornStackExchange illustration for a bottomless pit in a finite universe, based on Gabriel's horn, an interesting mathematical object:

Gabriel's horn

An instance of a bottomless pit (meaning 4)

an entity or problem which consumes seemingly endless resources.

or figuratively a black hole. There is a StackExchange illustration for a bottomless pit in a finite universe, based on Gabriel's horn, an interesting mathematical object:

Gabriel's horn

An instance of a bottomless pit (meaning 4)

an entity or problem which consumes seemingly endless resources.

or figuratively a black hole. There is a StackExchange illustration for a bottomless pit in a finite universe, based on Gabriel's horn, an interesting mathematical object:

Gabriel's horn

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An instance of a bottomless pit (meaning 4)

an entity or problem which consumes seemingly endless resources.

or figuratively a black hole. There is a StackExchange illustration for a bottomless pit in a finite universe, based on Gabriel's horn, an interesting mathematical object:

Gabriel's horn

An instance of a bottomless pit (meaning 4)

an entity or problem which consumes seemingly endless resources.

or figuratively a black hole.

An instance of a bottomless pit (meaning 4)

an entity or problem which consumes seemingly endless resources.

or figuratively a black hole. There is a StackExchange illustration for a bottomless pit in a finite universe, based on Gabriel's horn, an interesting mathematical object:

Gabriel's horn

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An instance of a bottomless pit (meaning 4)

an entity or problem which consumes seemingly endless resources.

or figuratively a black hole.