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- n. immeasurableness
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being immeasurable; immensurability.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Incapability of being measured; immeasurableness.
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But we’ve seen in books like Patrick Lencioni’s “The Three Signs of a Miserable Job: A Fable for Managers (And Their Employees)” that immeasurability is a key destroyer of engagement.
From this, the immeasurability of religion, I suppose that you have no choice but to conclude that religion does not exist.
Who could have had any inkling of the immeasurability of the cosmos?
Underlying the polem - ics was a craving for spontaneity, sincerity, and warm sensibility rather than cold rationality, the concrete rather than the abstract, and a recognition of the in - comparability and immeasurability of things.
Against such a background of immeasurability in space, of infinity in time, with such a scale of magnitude in the problems of tomorrow, we should not worry too much about the present.
And if we have a saving conscience as to the immeasurability of home by money standards we are not to be tempted by the veriest bargain of a house that does not nearly represent our ideals.
Friend laughs with friend, the mother fondles her child, one cow sidles up to another and licks its body, and the immeasurability behind these comes direct to my mind with a shock which almost savours of pain.
None were humbler than the foremost scientists about the narrowness of the field of knowledge, as compared with the immeasurability of the field of faith.
And in sight of this immeasurability of life no sadness could endure ....
Another great, but more subtle secret is in the _in_equality and immeasurability of the curved lines; and the hiding of the form by the colour.