Related formsmis·meas·ure·ment, nounpre·meas·ure·ment, nounre·meas·ure·ment, nounself-meas·ure·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for measurement
These days it appears as if women will go to great lengths to achieve that 36-24-36 measurement.
What measurement will NBC use to gauge their success or failure in Sochi?
But given the measurement error inherent in calculating GDP, this is very nearly a distinction without a difference.Dismal Fourth Quarter GDP: Now With Slightly Less Dismal|Megan McArdle|February 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In October, it stood at 24.1 miles per gallon—the highest level noted since the measurement began in late 2007.
By this measurement, you may judge England and find them wanting.
In earth excavation, the measurement is much simpler, because the pit is more regular and the cars can be fully loaded.
Let the main proof of the trustworthiness of the manipulation be by measurement and by addition.The Psychology of Arithmetic|Edward L. Thorndike
The whole voyage along the Messenian coast comprises about 800 stadia, including the measurement of the bays.
Previous to this measurement, I really had no idea I was of such short stature.The Boy Tar|Mayne Reid
That the standard of measurement she applied was tremendously high made no difference to Clancy, abated no whit her judgment.Find the Woman|Arthur Somers Roche