- immature cataract,
- immediate allergy,
- immediate annuity
Origin of immeasurable
Examples from the Web for immeasurable
The charm continues when he waxes on—and on—about the immeasurable respect he has for Cumberbatch, his friend of over 15 years.From ‘The Good Wife’ to ‘The Imitation Game’: Matthew Goode Wages His Charm Offensive|Kevin Fallon|November 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But publicly, once they make that decision, the trickle down effect is immeasurable.
No, the difference between the postcard and the real thing is immeasurable.Face to Face With ‘The Goldfinch,’ the Painting from Donna Tartt’s Novel|Malcolm Jones|December 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This development spared Obama immeasurable misery in his remaining three-plus years.Will Obama Learn the Right Lesson From the Summers Debacle?|Michael Tomasky|September 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His influence on poets and readers of poetry is immeasurable.How Seamus Heaney Influenced Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey|Natasha Trethewey|September 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And that stream is immeasurable in its suggestion of wise thought and keen calculation.The Man in the Twilight|Ridgwell Cullum
He says those organisms are exceedingly minute, darkish or coloured granules, so small as to be immeasurable.
Again was the hooker running with the shadow into immeasurable darkness.The Man Who Laughs|Victor Hugo
Turn me not away from Thy countenance, for Thy great mercy is immeasurable.Orthodox Daily Prayers|Anonymous
No tubes, no generators, only fields that changed the energy already there—the immeasurable energy available!Invaders from the Infinite|John Wood Campbell
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.