immeasurably

[ ih-mezh-er-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF immeasurably
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It was as large—as large—but, in short, I am afraid to say how immeasurably large it was.

Her manners were immeasurably better than his, because they were simple and aimed at nothing.

As a fact the Maoris are immeasurably superior to the Australian natives.

To Reardon, she was immeasurably beautiful and as far as that above him.

Therefore, the poet must be immeasurably superior to the painter.

He could feel the pressure of her body against his and it thrilled him immeasurably.

The results of the Battle of the Nile were immeasurably great.

The man was immeasurably my superior in natural ability and in experience.

In a contest of wits and cunning, Sparwick was immeasurably their inferior.

How silent, how resourceful, how calm, how immeasurably deep!

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from im- + measurable. It could alternate with immensurable (1530s), from French, from Late Latin immensurabilis, from assimilated form of in- "not" + mensurabilis "able to be measured," from mensurare "to measure." Related: Immeasurably.

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