One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
To an extreme or extensive degree; immensely.‘the quality of service has improved immeasurably’as submodifier ‘the family was now immeasurably worse off’
- ‘It has presented challenges and rewards that have enriched my life immeasurably.’
- ‘Its position has been made immeasurably worse by ferocious competition.’
- ‘He shows that he has grown immeasurably as a film-maker.’
- ‘I was immeasurably impressed at how well its original passionate spirit had been captured.’
- ‘Trees add immeasurably to our quality of life.’
- ‘In subsequent months, life seems to have become immeasurably more complicated for the pair of them.’
- ‘I was immeasurably moved and humbled.’
- ‘Since that time, I've always been immeasurably impressed by two artists in particular.’
- ‘Her performance had improved immeasurably from last year.’
- ‘When it came to doing the music, it changed immeasurably because of him.’
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