Meaning of imponderably in English:

imponderably

adverb

See imponderable

‘Since time is the one immaterial object which we cannot influence - neither speed up nor slow down, add to nor diminish - it is an imponderably valuable gift.’
  • ‘Rather, the genocide lives on in the grief, pain, and anger that has saturated everything to the extent that one's loss seems to have been reduced to only a single piece of an imponderably vast suffering.’
  • ‘Now the time seemed to weigh imponderably upon him.’