from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. That cannot be reckoned; uncountable, innumerable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not capable of being reckoned or counted; immeasurable; immense.


un- +‎ reckonable (Wiktionary)


  • Right then, I would have said anything to save her, to bring her back from her unreckonable, abstract place.


  • A word that is calm enough to look at, almost lulling, but also hints at holding unreckonable power.


  • He knew Mary as well — nay, better than he knew his own unreckonable self.

    Australia Felix

  • Instead of her always having to make allowance for unreckonable impulses.

    The Way Home

  • He too was bald, green, and tailed; but the green was grass-bright, without scales, the tail thin as a cat's, the posture erect, the height well below her own, the other differences unreckonable.

    A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows

  • And, that he might hold up his head with the best of them, she endowed him, on the spot, with an unreckonable amount of wealth.

    The International Monthly Magazine - Volume V - No II

  • And that he might hold up his head with the best of them, she endowed him on the spot with an unreckonable amount of wealth.

    Short Stories of Various Types

  • He could see the unreckonable element of chance functioning largely in a man's life.

    Burned Bridges

  • She could not visualize him the jealous, outraged husband, breathing the conventional anathema, but there were elements unreckonable in that room.

    Big Timber A Story of the Northwest

  • The unreckonable element of chance would still operate to make you do this or that.

    The Hidden Places

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