Unconfined vs Immeasurable - What's the difference?

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Unconfined is a related term of immeasurable.

As adjectives the difference between unconfined and immeasurable

is that unconfined is not confined , free from physical restraint while immeasurable is impossible to measure.

As a noun immeasurable is

anything that cannot be measured.




  • not confined , free from physical restraint.
  • immeasurable



    (en adjective)
  • impossible to measure
  • vast
  • * 2007 , Terence Hunt, Longest-serving Bush aide resigns , Associated Press
  • "His contribution has been immeasurable ," Bush said in a statement. "I value his judgment, and I treasure his friendship."

    Usage notes

    Also used tautologically as a spin word to avoid stating explicitly whether someone or something had a positive or negative effect. It is a neutral term equivalent to neither priceless'' nor ''worthless .


    * immensurable * unmeasurable


    * measurable


    (en noun)
  • Anything that cannot be measured.
  • * {{quote-news, year=2009, date=September 29, author=Madeleine Bunting, title=Forget 'clients' and 'users' – public services are about people, work=Guardian citation
  • , passage=And inspiring good relationships is all about immeasurables : it is about inspiring purpose, compassion and attentiveness. }}