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incalculableness

Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being incalculable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being incalculable.

Etymologies

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incalculable +‎ -ness

Examples

  • The incalculableness of human life: God fulfils himself in many unforeseen ways.

    Cyropaedia

  • After all, journalism gave a deeper insight than the law into the fantastic possibilities of life, prepared one better to allow for the incalculableness of human impulses.

    The Bolted Door

  • In every heart lay the secret and sinister thought of the queerness and the incalculableness of Hilda.

    Clayhanger

  • Under all his incalculableness there had always been a hard foundation of reliability: it seemed to be

    The Custom of the Country

  • There he saw sudden incalculableness of power abruptly shattering the continuities of routine, throwing life instantly into a new perspective, and making barren trunks break into sudden luxuriance like the palm; or, again, intimately interpenetrating soul with soul, -- "one near one is too far"; or entangling the whole creation in the inextricable embrace of God.

    Robert Browning

  • The student who is thoroughly broken to the study of literary history is never a pessimist, though he may be very rarely an optimist: for the one thing of which he should be thoroughly convinced is its incalculableness.

    The English Novel

  • There he saw sudden incalculableness of power abruptly shattering the continuities of routine, throwing life instantly into a new perspective, and making barren trunks break into sudden luxuriance like the palm; or, again, intimately interpenetrating soul with soul, ” “one near one is too far”; or entangling the whole creation in the inextricable embrace of God.

    Robert Browning

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