unmeasured

[uhn-mezh-erd]
adjective
1.
of undetermined or indefinitely great extent or amount; unlimited; measureless: the unmeasured heavens.
2.
unrestrained; intemperate: unmeasured rage.
3.
Prosody. not metrical.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English unmesured. See un-1, measured

unmeasurable, adjective
unmeasurably, adverb
unmeasuredly, adverb


1. immense, vast. 2. unstinting, lavish.
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unmeasured (ʌnˈmɛʒəd)
 
adj
1.  measureless; limitless
2.  unrestrained; unlimited or lavish
3.  music without bar lines and hence without a fixed pulse
 
un'measurable
 
adj
 
un'measurableness
 
n
 
un'measurably
 
adv
 
un'measuredly
 
adv

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Example sentences
Yet not these alone does the unmeasurable capacity of my memory retain.
Indeed, its future need for equity capital is unmeasurable.
Frequently, there are aspects of a project that are subjective or unmeasurable.
Day-to-day changes are generally so small as to be unmeasurable.
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