Origin of immeasurable
OTHER WORDS FROM immeasurableim·meas·ur·a·bil·i·ty, im·meas·ur·a·ble·ness, nounim·meas·ur·a·bly, adverb
How to use immeasurable in a sentence
But the problem is aggravated immeasurably by the simplicity of current-day pop music.
In the end I abandoned the idea of art in my book, but my appreciation of Watterson and his creation had deepened immeasurably.‘Dear Mr. Watterson’ Celebrates the Glory of Calvin and Hobbes on Film|Malcolm Jones|November 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The roll-out has been a disgrace, yes, and an immeasurably and irretrievably missed opportunity.
It is ten years since I used drugs or drank alcohol and my life has immeasurably improved.
But Mr. Assange has certainly made immeasurably more difficult the conduct of American diplomacy abroad.
Somewhat resembling Pope's "Essay on Man" in style and subject, it is immeasurably superior in poetical genius.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
Your agreeing to this will only immeasurably deepen, instead of lessening our inexpressible obligation.'Robin Redbreast|Mary Louisa Molesworth
"As I see it, Krell can help us immeasurably in our search through the wreck-pack for fuel," he said.The Sargasso of Space|Edmond Hamilton
Therefore when she planned any little trip like that of to-day, he was immeasurably pleased.The Butterfly House|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
They were immeasurably more important, however, from the standpoint of material contributions to the Machine.Invention|Bradley A. Fiske