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  • But all he could think of was how immeasurably he was below both these women. Cited from Gordon Keith, by Thomas Nelson Page
  • I wish you knew how immeasurably her superior you are in every way. Cited from Philistia, by Grant Allen
  • She seemed immeasurably far off from every one, and most of all from herself. Cited from The Reef, by Edith Wharton
  • She had known him in those immeasurably far-off days at home. Cited from The Land of Promise, by D. Torbett
  • How near -- yet how immeasurably far shall we be from each other! Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 331, May 1843, Vol. 53
  • I told him you would do it immeasurably better than anyone in the world. Cited from Alfred Russel Wallace: Letters & Reminiscences, V. 1, by James Marchant
  • He thought with a feeling very like pain how immeasurably she was his superior. Cited from Vanity Fair, by William Thackeray
  • Robert saw that the man had aged immeasurably since he had last seen him. Cited from The Portion of Labor, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • How immeasurably superior he is in manner and address to all we meet here! Cited from Paul Clifford, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 3
  • This change has affected woman in an immeasurably greater degree than man. Cited from The Trade Union Woman, by Alice Henry
  • Though the other was nearly two years his senior, he felt immeasurably the elder. Cited from Success, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • She was pleased with him, although she felt herself to be immeasurably older than he. Cited from The Earth Trembled, by E.P. Roe
  • And how he had loved a queen immeasurably and out of measure long. Cited from Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series), by Various
  • None the less his work rises immeasurably above all that had gone before it. Cited from A History of English Literature, by R. H. Fletcher
  • Yet he felt that, in her presence, the task which lay before him had become immeasurably more difficult. Cited from The Survivor, by E.Phillips Oppenheim
  • Everything in fine made her immeasurably new, and nothing so new as the old house and the old objects. Cited from The Ambassadors, by Henry James
  • Can any one fail to see how immeasurably this system increases naval force? Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 69, July, 1863, by Various
  • He was immeasurably surprised, no doubt, but he gave no sign of it. Cited from Richard Vandermarck, by Miriam Coles Harris
  • Therefore when she planned any little trip like that of to-day, he was immeasurably pleased. Cited from The Butterfly House, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • In a country where so many things are under government control these officials are almost immeasurably more numerous than in other countries. Cited from My Four Years in Germany, by James W. Gerard
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Meaning of immeasurably

  • adverb To an immeasurable degree; beyond measurement
    the war left him immeasurably fearful of what man can do to man