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immeasurable (ɪˈmɛʒərəbəl Pronunciation for immeasurable

Definitions

adjective

  1. incapable of being measured, esp by virtue of great size; limitless

Derived Forms

imˌmeasuraˈbility, imˈmeasurableness noun
imˈmeasurably adverb

Example Sentences Including 'immeasurable'

A Barratt spokesman said the contribution made by dad-of-three Mr Eaton, 52, of Solihull, West Midlands, had been " immeasurable ".
Sun, News of the World (2002)
And this morning Llewelyn gave me a gift of immeasurable value.
Penman, Sharon Here Be Dragons
But allow me to tell you at another time and at immeasurable length.
O'Brian, Patrick The Thirteen Gun Salute
Grief for a lost baby is immeasurable , betrayal of a baby the worst crime.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
He 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 Sing
Login Advertisment FOR SALE: WILTSHIRE Wiltshire Price on Application A classical estate of immeasurable beauty.
Country Life (2004)
To John's immeasurable relief, he saw figures the far side of the burning gorse, whose extremity they seemed to have reached.
Dare Call It Treason
Tom's dedication and contributions to the Toronto Blue Jays organization are immeasurable.
CBC (2004)
Your contribution is immeasurable , our appreciation is overwhelming.
New Zealand Herald (2003)

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