measureless measureless


  • (adj) without limits in extent or size or quantity



  1. The book sails with majesty through caverns measureless to man.
  2. What they give to each other is measureless, like divine grace; what they take is inexorable, like mortal fate.
  3. In 1941 over the world's measureless acres of misery the war lay like a burden too great to be carried, too great to be thrown off.


  • Television gardener Alan Titchmarsh deals with his love for the nation's flora, while broadcaster Joan Bakewell describes estuaries as a "bulk of fresh water pressing forward remorselessly into the measureless ocean".
    on Aug 30, 2008 By: Joan Bakewell Source:

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