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  • adj. In a manner that is not measurable, in a way that can not be measured.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an immeasurable manner or degree.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To an immeasurable extent or degree.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. without bounds
  • adv. to an immeasurable degree; beyond measurement


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  • Because although obviously the technology of both war and medicine has changed immeasurably from the dark ages to the modern day, I think the emotions of both have remained very much the same.

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  • Helping immeasurably is the fact that the filmmakers started this project during an excellent season.

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  • Like many other Laureates, I have benefit immeasurably from the love and support of my wife and children.

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  • As with any course of study, you’ll probably get more out of your self education if you discuss your reading with others, just as you can gain immeasurably practical experience through running your own business.

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  • When it is known as immeasurably greater than we, and as having claims and making demands upon us, the more vaguely these are apprehended, the more room is there for anxiety; and when the conscience is not clear, this anxiety may well mount to terror.

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  • Designed with both residential and business customers in mind, this powerful standalone videophone will enhance your calls immeasurably while saving you money on your phone bills.

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  • I am loath to quote The New Criterion approvingly, but I agree with Lewis (although I'd change his "immeasurably" to "somewhat"):

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  • The support and sacrifices of the Tanzanian people had contributed "immeasurably" to the establishment of democracy in

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  • But as this gloss overthrows the coherence of the words, disturbing the context, so it contradicts the text itself: for God's not giving the Spirit ek metrou, "by measure," is his giving of him ametros, "immeasurably," without known bounds or limits, and so the


  • Thursday, 14 January 2010 at 02: 54 pm (UTC) of Mr Denham to include the word 'immeasurably' in his assertion that Britain has changed for the better over the last decade.

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