immeasurable : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i me zhuh ra buhl

  • a  impossible to measure
  • s  beyond calculation or measure
    immeasurable wealth

  • How could they endure the anguish unless they were certain that some purpose lay behind their children's murders, that some meaning could be found in immeasurable loss?.
  • As the Karmapa, Tibetan Buddhism's third-ranking personage, he has carried the immeasurable burden of his people's expectations, supernatural and worldly, since he was first .
  • KGB: Most deist belief systems consider God as eternal and immeasurable by man's limited scope of time.
News & Articles


  • President Bush in Reuters
    His contribution has been immeasurable. I value his judgment and I treasure his friendship,Bush said in a statement.
  • Rupert Murdoch in BBC News
    In a statement, Mr Murdoch said: "Peter's contributions to the company over the past two decades have been immeasurable. We are fortunate to have such a strong and seasoned group of leaders at our Fox companies and we are confident that our success...

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