measure[ mezh-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF measure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEASURE
Exactly in the measure that he indulged this would his pride smart.
But let not any man think of carrying this measure by force.
No measure with which his name has since been connected has done him more credit.
The life of a nation is the fullness of the measure of its will to live.
Let us measure what we will do for others by what they will do for themselves.
By this measure all legal proceedings for the recovery of church rates were abolished.
The opposition spoke of the measure as a "Bradlaugh Relief Bill."
The policy of excluding the coasting trade from the measure he also condemned.
If I hurl my assegai at another, another hurls his assegai at me, and in a measure we are quits.
He did not believe Hines; yet he had to humor him, in a measure.