Definition of immeasurable
: incapable of being measured; broadly : indefinitely extensive
immeasurablyplay \(ˌ)i(m)-ˈmezh-rə-blē, -ˈmāzh-; -ˈme-zhə-rə-, -ˈmā-, -zhər-blē\ adverb
Examples of immeasurable in a Sentence
The war has caused immeasurable damage.
The new medicine has brought about an immeasurable improvement in her life.
Recent Examples of immeasurable from the Web
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The result will be an immeasurable amount of human suffering, but the other side of the equation is easy to calculate: The President of the United States simply does not care.
That’s a massive crowd, as Tesla’s influence on modern (and postmodern) life is practically immeasurable.
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First Known Use of immeasurable
IMMEASURABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immeasurable for English Language Learners
: very great in size or amount : impossible to measure
IMMEASURABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of immeasurable for Students
: very great in size or amount immeasurable happiness
immeasurably\-blē\ adverb His writing has improved immeasurably.
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