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- adj. not able to be measured; immeasurable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Immeasurable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. impossible to measure
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In the 1920s, Frank Knight at the University of Chicago viewed the capitalist economy as shot through with "unmeasurable" risks, which he called "uncertainty."
Who will be rewarded for the unmeasurable progress?
Real-time conversations and posts may seem random, unreliable, or unmeasurable when in fact they can be quantified and analyzed.
Moral to the story is make educated choices and then be fearless in representing yourself even if you've already worn that moment... recycle your attitude and confidence as they have no cost but bring unmeasurable wealth.
Humans have derived unmeasurable inspiration, joy, recreation and relaxation from the ocean for millennia.
I've heard that carbon in the atmosphere is unmeasurable by current scientific standards.
She struggled to reconcile her need to accomplish tangible goals with the fact that the caretaking that occupied her days was largely unmeasurable.
Haunting the lives of those who caused unmeasurable suffering by keeping her from dying all those years.
And more than a bit disappointing because of its unmeasurable level of moronic stupidity.
For that to be possible, some sort of unmeasurable ability to communicate between objects must exist.
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