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  • adj. Not measurable.


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non- +‎ measurable


  • But the phrase that jumped out at me was "nonmeasurable reduction in risk."

    Michael Brune: What Are We Waiting For?

  • Use of nonmeasurable considerations, such as character, attracted not only the liberals' governmental wrath but the threat and reality of litigation from trial lawyers.

    Good Loans Mean Good Underwriting

  • It is the life-giving energy that unites body, mind, and spirit, an invisible and nonmeasurable force that can be seen only by the effect that it has, like air, which can be seen only when it blows through the leaves of a tree or inflates a balloon.


  • Each individual performance has been timed and the remuneration fixed according to the number of minutes it takes, practically ignoring such nonmeasurable, "capitalistic" standards as the effort, inventiveness, art, or risk-taking involved.

    Mises Institute Daily Articles (Full-text version)

  • Hausdorff derives from AC the existence of nonmeasurable sets in the “paradoxical” form that Â" of a sphere is congruent to 1/3 of it

    The Axiom of Choice


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