Origin of immeasurable
Examples from the Web for immeasurably
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.
It would have been immeasurably stronger if they acknowledged their change of heart.
On the heads of the school, real and nominal, the strain was immeasurably greater.Regiment of Women|Clemence Dane
Above all, in patient endurance of pain and suffering, women are immeasurably superior to men.One of the 28th|G. A. Henty
He felt immeasurably older than the other, immeasurably older than he had ever felt before.House of Torment|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
It would be immeasurably better than living with his mother.The Flight of the Shadow|George MacDonald
More than anything else, his work is likely immeasurably to help the human race by getting us outdoors.Your National Parks|Enos A. Mills
British Dictionary definitions for immeasurably
Word Origin and History for immeasurably
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.