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Somewhat resembling Pope's "Essay on Man" in style and subject, it is immeasurably superior in poetical genius.
Your agreeing to this will only immeasurably deepen, instead of lessening our inexpressible obligation.'
ROBIN REDBREASTMARY LOUISA MOLESWORTH
"As I see it, Krell can help us immeasurably in our search through the wreck-pack for fuel," he said.
THE SARGASSO OF SPACEEDMOND HAMILTON
Therefore when she planned any little trip like that of to-day, he was immeasurably pleased.
THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
They were immeasurably more important, however, from the standpoint of material contributions to the Machine.
INVENTIONBRADLEY A. FISKE
If it were not so, the value of such public-spirited meetings as this would be immeasurably discounted.
That was the cause of the immeasurably superior gunnery of the Japanese at the decisive naval battle of Tsushima.
INVENTIONBRADLEY A. FISKE
Rocks and rivers perhaps cannot die, or at least their life immeasurably exceeds that of men.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
Unlike—yes, and immeasurably inferior, and yet in spite of this the Corinthians put up with it well enough.
Our elective judiciary has contributed immeasurably to the vicious, demoralizing spirit of the age.
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON

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