Definition of immeasurable in English:

immeasurable

Syllabification: im·meas·ur·a·ble
Pronunciation: /i(m)ˈmeZH(ə)rəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Too large, extensive, or extreme to measure: immeasurable suffering
More example sentences
  • The rest of those twenty feet took eons to traverse, and it was immeasurable suffering.
  • The war was over, but the cost to ordinary people in human suffering was immeasurable.
  • He also showed that it is not immeasurable: we can give a precise mathematical measure to how big it is.
Synonyms
vast, immense, extensive, great, abundant
informal no end of
literary myriad

Derivatives

immeasurability

Pronunciation: /-ˌmeZHərəˈbilitē/
noun
More example sentences
  • For the basic ideas characteristic of our ordinary intuitive conception of the infinite - endlessness, unlimitedness, unsurveyability, immeasurability - more properly apply to the entire hierarchy than to anything in it.
  • So, in place of the claim of the immeasurability of the affective dimensions of labour, one could point to a growing imperative to get the calculations right.
  • It means the sublimity of God, the immeasurability of God's wisdom and the fathomless complexity of God's creative Spirit.

immeasurably

adverb
More example sentences
  • However the acquisition has come about, one thing is for certain, it strengthens the club's position immeasurably.
  • On the downside he's noticed that the urban infrastructure has decayed immeasurably in recent years.
  • We'll take a break, and when we come back, the set will improve immeasurably.

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