incommensurably love



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  • adv. In an incommensurable manner; immeasurably.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an incommensurable manner.


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incommensurable +‎ -ly


  • The amendment of universal jurisdiction laws, often incommensurably restricting access to these mechanisms, is at variance with the effect of certain crimes on humanity as a whole, on which the notion of universal jurisdiction is premised.

    Universal Jurisdiction Once Again Under Threat

  • Nobel Laureate Christian de Duve has called for "a rejection of improbabilities so incommensurably high that they can only be called miracles, phenomena that fall outside the scope of scientific inquiry."

    All those liars for Jesus

  • But reading Ms. Vogel's story, one is touched by the thought that somewhere there is an incommensurably small and lapped section of New York where the biggest worry as of November 3, 2008, has to do with the price of a Richard Prince painting.

    Things Are Cold, Clammy at City Auction Houses

  • The most barbaric tendencies in men come to life again in war, and for war's uses they are incommensurably good.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Such a philosopher says in essence, ` ` I have an entity within me totally and incommensurably different from my body, '' and then he goes on to prove that this entity operates better when the body is rested and fed than otherwise!

    The Foundations of Personality

  • If then, on any given day, an incommensurably large number of brown, black, and tawny horses came in the course of the first hour, the counters were forced to infer that in the next 60 minutes horses of a different color must come and that a greater number of bays must appear in order to restore the disturbed equilibrium.

    Criminal Psychology: a manual for judges, practitioners, and students

  • But it proceeds rather like a shell, which suddenly bursts into fragments, which fragments, being themselves shells, burst in their turn into fragments destined to burst again, and so on for a time incommensurably long.

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • If the soulless grass, "which to-day is, and to-morrow is cast into the oven," [107] is formed by His word into such delicate and beautiful shapes; if every substance we see is obedient to His word, and changes into incommensurably endless variety at His sign (by means of the five elements only); who then, seeing all this, will require greater pledges of His omnipotence?

    My Life in Christ, or Moments of Spiritual Serenity and Contemplation, of Reverent Feeling, of Earnest Self-Amendment, and of Peace in God

  • But Henry James was incommensurably more Swedenborgian than either of us: he lived and thought and felt Swedenborg with an entirety and intensity far beyond the mere assent of other men.

    Cambridge Neighbors (from Literary Friends and Acquaintance)

  • Once admitting that the Divine attributes may be (as they must be) incommensurably greater than human attributes, our faith that all things are working together for good may remain unimpugned.

    The Unseen World, and Other Essays


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