immeasurableimmeasurable | meaning of immeasurable in Collins Dictionariesimmeasurable meaning, definition, what is immeasurable: incapable of being measured, esp by virtue of great size; limitless: Learn more.incapable of being measured, esp by virtue of great size; limitlessWhat does immeasurable mean and how do you use immeasurable in a sentence?[URL]/immeasurable
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adjectiveincapable of being measured, esp by virtue of great size; limitless
imˌmeasurability (imˌmeasuraˈbility) or immeasurableness (imˈmeasurableness)nounimmeasurably (imˈmeasurably)adverb
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adjectiveIf you describe something as immeasurable, you are emphasizing how great it is. [formal, emphasis] ⇒ I felt an immeasurable love for him. ⇒ His contribution is immeasurable.
Example sentences containing 'immeasurable'
And this morning Llewelyn gave me a gift of immeasurable value.Penman, Sharon HERE BE DRAGONSHe might have thought he was in trouble, but he needn't have worried; to the Los Angeles police, his insignificance was immeasurable.Wright, L R SLEEP WHILE I SINGTo John's immeasurable relief, he saw figures the far side of the burninggorse, whose extremity they seemed to have reached.NULL DARE CALL IT TREASON"It runs three thousand miles, or somewhat more, and its depth is immeasurable.Robert Silverberg LORD PRESTIMION