What is another word for unmeasured?

Pronunciation: [ʌnmˈɛʒəd] (IPA)

There are several synonyms for the word 'unmeasured', and each of the alternatives convey a similar meaning in a different way. One common synonym is 'immeasurable,' which suggests something that cannot be measured or quantified due to its magnitude or scope. Other synonyms include 'boundless,' 'limitless,' 'infinite,' 'unbounded' and 'unfathomable,' each signifying something that cannot be fully comprehended or contained. Another synonym is 'undetermined,' which refers to something that has not yet been measured or assessed, while 'reckless' suggests a lack of consideration or restraint in one's actions. These synonyms provide a wide range of options for expressing the concept of 'unmeasured,' making it easier to convey a specific meaning or emotion in different contexts.

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What are the hypernyms for Unmeasured?

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

What are the opposite words for unmeasured?

The antonyms of the word "unmeasured" are measured, definite, particular, limited, quantified, calculated, and confined. Measured refers to something that is calculated or determined. For instance, a measured response is a response that is carefully thought and calculated more than just an impulsive reaction. Definite refers to something that is fixed, certain or clear. Something that is particular, on the other hand, is specific or precise. Limited means having restrictions or confined within a certain boundary. Quantified refers to something that is measured with numbers while Confine refers to something that is kept within certain limits or restraints. These words, as antonyms of unmeasured, describe actions or objects that are clearly established and cannot be further debated or obstructed.

Usage examples for Unmeasured

Harry was somewhat surprised to hear her speak in such unmeasured terms of her daughter's good qualities.
"Won from the Waves"
W.H.G. Kingston
And as I struggled for places on a bus at Hampstead Heath Station, my heart was grateful for that illusion of the day that had banished, first, the remnant of Evie's sorrow, and had afterwards cut short that impossible course of unmeasured confidences to which that moodiness had given rise.
"The Debit Account"
Oliver Onions
But the tribute to the craftsmanship, the skill, the ease and beauty of Keene's line, to his knowledge of effect, to the very great artist is unmeasured.
"George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians"
T. Martin Wood

Famous quotes with Unmeasured

  • Most everywhere, most of the time, the world dwells in an unmeasured state.
    Nick Herbert (physicist)
  • It is the habit of the boa constrictor to besmear the body of his victim with a foul slime before he devours it; and there are many people in England, and perhaps elsewhere, who seem to be unable to contemplate military operations for clear political objects, unless they can cajole themselves into the belief that their enemy are utterly and hopelessly vile. To this end the Dervishes, from the Mahdi and the Khalifa downwards, have been loaded with every variety of abuse and charged with all conceivable crimes. This may be very comforting to philanthropic persons at home; but when an army in the field becomes imbued with the idea that the enemy are vermin who cumber the earth, instances of barbarity may easily be the outcome. This unmeasured condemnation is moreover as unjust as it is dangerous and unnecessary.
    Winston Churchill
  • Earth, left silent by the wind of night, Seems shrunken 'neath the gray unmeasured height.
    William Morris
  • The Lusiad is best known in England by the translation of Mickle, who has been thought to have done something more than justice to his author, both by the unmeasured eulogies he bestows upon him, and by the more substantial service of excelling the original in his unfaithful delineation. The style of Mickle is certainly more poetical, according to our standard, than that of Camoens, that is, more figurative and emphatic; but it seems to me replenished with commonplace phrases, and wanting in the facility and sweetness of the original; in which it is well known that he has interpolated a great deal without a pretence.
    William Julius Mickle
  • “We may suffer for it when the balance of things rights itself, but we do not lose hope and forego art and forget the words of the Making. Nature is not unnatural. This is not a righting of the balance, but an upsetting of it. There is only one creature who can do that.” “A man?” Arren said, tentative. “We men.” “How?” “By an unmeasured desire for life.” “For life? But it isn’t wrong to want to live?” “No. But when we crave power over life—endless wealth, unassailable safety, immortality—then desire becomes greed. And if knowledge allies itself to that greed, then comes evil. Then the balance of the world is swayed, and ruin weighs heavy in the scale.”
    Ursula K. Le Guin

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