unmeasured

ADJECTIVE
  1. not composed of measured syllables; not metrical
    unmeasured prose
  2. without limits in extent or size or quantity
    The long unmeasured pulse of time moves everything. There is nothing hidden that it cannot bring to light, nothing once known that may not become unknown.
    limitless vastness of our solar system
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How To Use unmeasured In A Sentence

  • The average unmeasured bill is 312. Times, Sunday Times
  • But until we commit to treating content as a critical asset worthy of strategic planning and meaningful investment, we'll continue to churn out worthless content in reaction to unmeasured requests.
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  • I want to muse upon things other than numbers when I drive, want to cultivate a subconscious sense of where I am and where I'm headed, want to enjoy unmeasured moments of suspension between here and there.
  • The average unmeasured bill is 312. Times, Sunday Times
  • We will find our identity in Him and reflect His glory as we were created to do, and that will bring us unmeasured joy.
  • New sensors for these microelectrodes are being produced which offer lower detection limits and the opportunity to measure other previously unmeasured ions.
  • Its speaker confesses that he is 'bored stiff by beatless, babyish rattlings, / unmeasured metre men's feet can't march to'. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Maroney had become such a favorite that nearly all the citizens sympathized with him, and in unmeasured terms censured the company for having him arrested. The Expressman and the Detective
  • -- W. moved our camp to the westerly creek I had found the day before, which with several others formed the heads of a river, flowing to the N.W. I called this river the "Lynd," after R. Lynd, Esq., a gentleman to whom I am under the greatest obligation, for his unmeasured liberality and kindness enabled me to devote my time exclusively to the pursuits of science and exploration. Journal of an Overland Expedition in Australia : from Moreton Bay to Port Essington, a distance of upwards of 3000 miles, during the years 1844-1845
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