What is another word for unmeasurable?

Pronunciation: [ʌnmˈɛʒəɹəbə͡l] (IPA)

The word "unmeasurable" means something that cannot be measured or evaluated. There are several synonyms for the word, including immeasurable, incalculable, and boundless. Other synonyms include limitless, infinite, and unfathomable. These words are often used to describe things that are beyond human comprehension, such as the vastness of the universe or the complexity of certain mathematical equations. Synonyms for "unmeasurable" can also include intangible, abstract, and imprecise, which are often used to describe more subjective concepts such as emotions or ideas. Overall, synonyms for "unmeasurable" emphasize the idea that some things are simply too complex or elusive to be quantified or understood in a traditional sense.

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What are the hypernyms for Unmeasurable?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for unmeasurable?

The word "unmeasurable" refers to something that cannot be measured or calculated. Its antonyms, on the other hand, are words that describe qualities of things that can be measured, assessed, and quantified. The antonyms for "unmeasurable" include measurable, quantifiable, definite, certain, precise, distinct, and definite among others. These words describe things that can be analyzed, evaluated, observed, and understood. Knowing the antonyms for "unmeasurable" is beneficial, particularly when talking about scientific experiments, mathematical equations or business metrics, allowing one to express ideas and concepts with more precision and accuracy.

Usage examples for Unmeasurable

Now she stood in the presence of them both, yet what an unmeasurable ocean rolled between them!
"Ester Ried"
Pansy (aka. Isabella M. Alden)
She soweth her seed of flattery, she invades his spirit and intangleth him with continuall snares of unmeasurable love.
"The Golden Asse"
Lucius Apuleius
The unmeasurable ambition of the Emperor, and his total want of moral principle and honor, are suspected.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson"
Thomas Jefferson

Famous quotes with Unmeasurable

  • A great building must begin with the unmeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed and in the end must be unmeasurable.
    Louis Kahn
  • In this I saw matter of mirth and matter of moaning: matter of mirth: for our Lord, our Maker, is so near to us, and in us, and we in Him, by sureness of keeping through His great goodness; matter of moaning: for our ghostly eye is so blind and we be so borne down by weight of our mortal flesh and darkness of sin, that we may not see our Lord God clearly in His fair Blissful Cheer. No; and because of this dimness scarsely we can believe and trust His great love and our sureness of keeping. And therefore it is that I say we may never stint of moaning nor of weeping. This "weeping" meaneth not all in pouring out of tears by our bodily eye, but also hath more ghostly understanding. For the kindly desire of our soul is so great and so unmeasurable, that if there were given us for our solace and for our comfort all the noble things that ever God made in heaven and in earth, and we saw not the fair Blissful Cheer of Himself, yet we should not stint of moaning nor ghostly weeping, that is to say, of painful longing, till when we see verily the fair Blissful Cheer of our Maker. And if we were in all the pain that heart can think and tongue may tell, if we might in that time see His fair Blissful Cheer, all this pain should not aggrieve us.
    Julian of Norwich

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