immeasurably


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Synonyms for immeasurably

to an immeasurable degree

Antonyms

without bounds

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He wondered what it was, and whether immeasurably distant or near by -- it seemed both.
Of animal life there was no movement amid the majestic vaulted aisles which stretched from us as we walked, but a constant movement far above our heads told of that multitudinous world of snake and monkey, bird and sloth, which lived in the sunshine, and looked down in wonder at our tiny, dark, stumbling figures in the obscure depths immeasurably below them.
This narrows the field immeasurably we meet again in it.
Do you know that that dull-eyed, gin-sodden lout leaning against the post out there is immeasurably your intellectual superior?
As they took wing for this it seemed to him that they were flying indeed, flying far up into the cloudy night, with Starkfield immeasurably below them, falling away like a speck in space.
Some ten feet below the roof, the wall inclined slightly inward possibly a foot in the last ten feet, and here the climbing was indeed immeasurably easier, so that my fingers soon clutched the eaves.
As for Raffles, he appeared to me to feel far more compunction for the fable which he had been compelled to foist upon one of the old masters than for the immeasurably graver offence against society and another Old Boy.
We are measurably superior to the French in some things, but they are immeasurably our betters in others.
The day, immeasurably long, sleeps over the broad hills and warm wide fields.
I believe that to execute a man for murder is to punish him immeasurably more dreadfully than is equivalent to his crime.
He knew no one, and despite his smart Guardsman's uniform, all these exalted personages passing in the streets in their elegant carriages with their plumes, ribbons, and medals, both courtiers and military men, seemed so immeasurably above him, an insignificant officer of the Guards, that they not only did not wish to, but simply could not, be aware of his existence.
Rachel was enthusiastic, for indeed the idea was immeasurably delightful to her.
Cadwallader said and did: a lady of immeasurably high birth, descended, as it were, from unknown earls, dim as the crowd of heroic shades--who pleaded poverty, pared down prices, and cut jokes in the most companionable manner, though with a turn of tongue that let you know who she was.
While it grieved her immeasurably she was both too proud and too hurt to sue for a reestablishment of the old relations.
If only you could realize the absolute absurdity of any of you attempting to depreciate a person so immeasurably above you