fathomless

[fath-uhm-lis]
adjective
1.
impossible to measure the depth of; bottomless.
2.
impossible to understand; incomprehensible: fathomless motives.

Origin:
1600–10; fathom + -less

fathomlessly, adverb
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fathomless (ˈfæðəmlɪs)
 
adj
another word for unfathomable
 
'fathomlessly
 
adv
 
'fathomlessness
 
n

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fathomless
1630s, literal; 1640s, figurative; from fathom + -less.
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Example sentences
In return for living a life of fathomless drabness, people's basic needs were
  reasonably well looked after.
Their rivalry is based in fathomless feelings of personal grievance.
The clay is white and of a pink and water appears fathomless as it appears to
  be entirely hollow under neath.
Galaxies spin and points of light congregate in fathomless dark spaces.
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