American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Incapable of being measured; immense; limitless; indefinitely extensive.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Incapable of being measured; indefinitely extensive; illimitable; immensurable; vast.
- adj. impossible to measure
- adj. beyond calculation or measure
- im- + measurable (Wiktionary)
“But he was also a friend and a mentor who helped my career in immeasurable ways.”
“The engulf was a good place to breed insects, so fish were abundant, as good as which brought birds in immeasurable numbers.”
“Mr. Friedman presented those benefaction with clever directions, in immeasurable font, to a Awbury Arboretum in Germantown, where we will gather during a Francis Cope House for a annual Birthday Dinner upon Apr 23.”
“We had expected the grandeur and the beauty, and we were not surprised at the immense kindness and hospitality that we have met in immeasurable quality since we have been here.”
“They all had immeasurable awareness, their awareness goes from inside their mind to infinity, thus the word immeasurable, you cannot ask itself how much immeasurable awareness they had, because it is totally immeasurable and incomparable.”
“We've all paid for the clean up already hundreds of times over. first in outlandish profits to oil companies and now with the health risks and devastating short and long term immeasurable effects on the environment.”
“It is difficult to estimate the magnitude of such power, as our only standard of measurement is the quantity of some other force, equally immeasurable, which is required to balance the first.”
“The moon had risen in the east, and was shining from a deep dark-blue background, which conveyed the idea of immeasurable space, with a brilliancy which she seldom or never attains in our northern sky.”
“If one picture can say a thousand words then a video's impact is immeasurable, which is why it was so important to find the right means of distribution.”
“The helping hand Dave Dixon has given this city is immeasurable, that is, when you realize he has been a two-time father, the father of the Superdome as well as the father of the Saints.”
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