Definition of unmeasurable in English:

unmeasurable

Line breaks: un|meas¦ur¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmɛʒ(ə)rəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not able to be measured objectively: the unmeasurable qualities of a scientist
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  • Obviously no conventional rules apply; no ordinary yardstick can be used to measure the unmeasurable, no mundane radar screen suffices to keep track of his myriad tangents of sound and silence.
  • This has to be a response to the importance placed on visitor statistics as the crucial indicator of success, and of the contingencies of government funding, which demand measurable outputs for unmeasurable experiences.
  • Their faith in technology's ability to measure the previously unmeasurable, Webster said, meant that ‘a lot of false expectations were set up.’

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unmeasurably

adverb
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  • Ok, forget the film version with Leo Di Caprio, the book is unmeasurably cool, a blow-by-blow account of a drug addicted adolescence in late 1960's Manhattan by a guy who CAN write.
  • Bit of a riddle, that - unmeasurable corruption that makes us ‘take climate change (unmeasurably) more seriously.’
  • What has happened to this unmeasurably huge memory bank, the aural repertoire of 100s of different peoples?

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Pronunciation: ˌanɪˈmalkjuːl
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