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- adj. Not possible to determine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not determinable; indeterminable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not capable of being definitely decided or ascertained
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Van Valkenburgh has described the landscape architect’s goal as “a combination of understanding the things that are givens and then setting it up in a way so that the occurrence of the undeterminable is a welcome consequence.”
Cantor heartily believed in his plan of insuring things for which there is no market price and an undeterminable risk.
Senator RICHARD LUGER (Republican, Indiana): We really have to begin sharpening our pencils as to what our objectives are physically, because the wealth of this country is undeterminable (ph) nor are the casualties of our forces and the number of people we have available.
The effect of the corporation income tax is, therefore, to raise prices blindly and to lower wages by an undeterminable amount.
To be a upright lenient being is to be enduring a kind of openness to the mankind, an cleverness to trust undeterminable things beyond your own pilot, that can lead you to be shattered in very outermost circumstances pro which you were not to blame.
To be a adroit human being is to from a philanthropic of openness to the mankind, an ability to trusteeship undeterminable things beyond your own control, that can front you to be shattered in hugely outermost circumstances on which you were not to blame.
At some undeterminable time later I tried to sit up.
Military time happens all at once, it is ordered and punctual, yet also seems to be chaotic and undeterminable.
Eric, I believe you, and possibly the poll itself, have slanted the false dichotomy of alternatives a tad, which has been, for Hillary, more about: best candidate = vague 'electability', and/or best candidate = undeterminable 'popular vote' taker.
I wondered at the history of this poor fellow of origin undeterminable.