1. Not mature; unripe; not arrived at perfection of full development; crude; unfinished; as, immature fruit;
immature character; immature plans. "An ill-measured and immature counsel." Bacon.
2. Premature; untimely; too early; as, an immature death. [R.] Jer. Taylor.
(Im`ma*tured") a. Immature.
(Im`ma*ture"ly) adv. In an immature manner. Warburion.
(Im`ma*ture"ness), n. The state or quality of being immature; immaturity. Boyle.
(Im`ma*tu"ri*ty) n. [L. immaturitas: cf. F. immaturité.] The state or quality of being immature
or not fully developed; unripeness; incompleteness.
When the world has outgrown its intellectual immaturity.Caird.
(Im`me*a*bil"i*ty) n. [Pref. im- not + L. meabilis passable, fr. meare to pass.] Want of
power to pass, or to permit passage; impassableness.
Immeability of the juices.Arbuthnot.
(Im*meas`ur*a*bil"i*ty) n. The quality of being immeasurable; immensurability.
(Im*meas"ur*a*ble) a. [Pref. im- not + measurable: cf. F. measurable. Cf. Immensurable,
Unmeasurable.] Incapable of being measured; indefinitely extensive; illimitable; immensurable; vast.
Of depth immeasurable.Milton.
(Im*meas"ur*a*ble*ness), n. The state or quality of being immeasurable.
Eternity and immeasurableness belong to thought alone.F. W. Robertson.
(Im*meas"ur*a*bly), adv. In an immeasurable manner or degree. "Immeasurably distant."