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Scale and ScopePlay
Use 'immeasurable' when emphasizing the vastness or boundlessness of something which cannot be quantified. SlideHer influence on my career is immeasurable.
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Not Always PositivePlay
'Immeasurable' can express negative extremes like damage or loss as well as positive ones like wealth or kindness. SlideThe storm caused immeasurable damage to the coastline.
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Hyperbolic SpeechPlay
In casual conversation, 'immeasurable' can be an exaggeration to show strong feeling, not always literal. SlideI have immeasurable respect for teachers.