from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Impossible to calculate: a mass of incalculable figures.
- adj. Too great to be calculated or reckoned: incalculable wealth.
- adj. Impossible to foresee; unpredictable: "The motions of her mind were as incalculable as the flit of a bird” ( Edith Wharton).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Very great or numerous.
- adj. Impossible to calculate.
- adj. Of a person's mood or character, etc.: Impossible to predict.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not capable of being calculated; beyond calculation; very great.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not calculable; incapable of being calculated or reckoned; indeterminable by calculation.
- Not to be reckoned upon; that cannot be forecast.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not capable of being computed or enumerated
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Any stigma that results from disclosing risks so complex as to be incalculable is appropriate.
Its influence, though incalculable, is not in the slightest danger of being exaggerated.
The value of all this free promotion is incalculable, which is no doubt why so many Republicans are using politics as merely a way to cash in big time as nothing more than entertainers.
The amount of damage that this sort of thinking has had on gay people has been incalculable, which is exactly why so many gay people are find any religion so suspect.
THE number of sins a person may commit is well-nigh incalculable, which is only one way of saying that the malice of man has invented innumerable means of offending the Almighty -- a compliment to our ingenuity and the refinement of our natural perversity.
Roi Faineant, King Donothing; but with the strangest new Mayor of the Palace: no bow-legged Pepin now, but that same cloud-capt, fire-breathing Spectre of DEMOCRACY; incalculable, which is enveloping the world!
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