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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.
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fathomless

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

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

[ˈfæðəmlɪs] adjinsondabile, inesplorabile (fig) → incomprensibile
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