unquantifiably love


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  • adv. In a way that cannot be quantified.


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  • A byelection on the brink of an unquantifiably deep but certain recession is an interesting thing.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • Cool, calm, brilliant and smooth, Strong brings an intangible, almost unquantifiably suave quality to the character.

    Movie Review: Body of Lies

  • Several of the panelists say that the cumulative effect of seeing public affirmation of who your friends support - plastered all over walls, blogs, tweets, message boards, e-mails and other digital public spaces - is extremely and unquantifiably powerful.

    NPR Topics: News

  • She wasn't sexy, per se, as much as unquantifiably adorable-the same way the droopy snout and dangling ears of a young basset hound make you want to hug it and wrestle it to the ground before embracing it for two hours without stopping as you talk to it in a high-pitched,

    Front Page, The Student Life (RSS)

  • The stakes are unquantifiably higher this time than with the Soviet Union because the War front isn’t just over there in Afghanistan, it is here in our own lands where here in the UK there is a population of 3 – 6 million Moslems, with 2 million of them from Pakistan the transit point of almost all Islamic terror being perpetrated in the Western World.

    Archive 2001-12-01


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