of undetermined or indefinitely great extent or amount; unlimited; measureless: the unmeasured heavens.
unrestrained; intemperate: unmeasured rage.
Prosody. not metrical.
Origin of unmeasured
Related formsun·meas·ur·a·ble, adjectiveun·meas·ur·a·bly, adverbun·meas·ured·ly, adverb
First recorded in 1350–1400, unmeasured
is from the Middle English
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Examples from the Web for unmeasurably
Historical Examples of unmeasurably
Drinking measurably as you need it, and unmeasurably when you need it not.
During a week unmeasurably long in retrospect, all six of the party had found the ease and sureness of physical acclimation.
Now he was fond of his wife to a degree of madness, and on that account was unmeasurably jealous of her.
British Dictionary definitions for unmeasurably
Derived Formsunmeasurable, adjectiveunmeasurableness, noununmeasurably, adverbunmeasuredly, adverb
unrestrained; unlimited or lavish
music without bar lines and hence without a fixed pulse
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