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fath·om·less

 (făth′əm-lĭs)
adj.
1. Too deep to be fathomed or measured.
2. Too obscure or complicated to be understood.

fath′om·less·ly adv.
fath′om·less·ness n.

fathomless

(ˈfæðəmlɪs)
adj
another word for unfathomable
ˈfathomlessly adv
ˈfathomlessness n

fath•om•less

(ˈfæð əm lɪs)

adj.
1. impossible to measure the depth of; bottomless.
2. impossible to understand; incomprehensible.
[1600–10]
fath′om•less•ly, adv.
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fathomless

adjective profound, deep, impenetrable, abysmal, bottomless, unfathomable, immeasurable, unplumbed, incomprehensible the fathomless space of the universe
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fathomless

[ˈfæðəmlɪs] ADJinsondable

fathomless

adj (lit)abgrundtief; (fig: = boundless) → unermesslich; (= incomprehensible)unergründlich

fathomless

[ˈfæðəmlɪs] adjinsondabile, inesplorabile (fig) → incomprensibile
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Man's kinship with the sea in its very fathomlessness, as "an everlasting terra incognita" is also emphasized by Melville in Chapter 58 of Moby Dick, entitled "Brit," where he writes "consider them both, the sea and the land; and do you not find a strange analogy to something in yourself?