unquantifiable love

Definitions

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  • adj. Incapable of being quantified or precisely defined mathematically.
  • n. Something that cannot be quantified.

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Examples

  • Since it's a product of the 19th century, the style and pacing can be a bit off-putting for the modern reader, but I've found that there's a certain unquantifiable proportion of people who, if they can get past that stumbling block, find it an extraordinary book.

    Brian Ruckley - News & Views

  • Since it’s a product of the 19th century, the style and pacing can be a bit off-putting for the modern reader, but I’ve found that there’s a certain unquantifiable proportion of people who, if they can get past that stumbling block, find it an extraordinary book.

    Brian Ruckley · Books That Preceded the Web

  • There's at least one big mega project "on the go", the benefits of which the premier attests are so large that they are "unquantifiable".

    Building the New Jerusalem - eventually

  • JONNY BUCKLAND, LEAD GUITAR: It ` s about the kind of unquantifiable things in life, you know, things that you can ` t work out why they are or things that you can ` t predict and just ...

    CNN Transcript Jul 1, 2005

  • JOHNNY BUCKLAND, GUITARIST: It ` s about the kind of unquantifiable things in life, you know, the things that you can ` t work out what they are, things that you can ` t predict.

    CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2005

  • All the kind of unquantifiable gibberish you get when you can't count something or otherwise attach a number to it, and fresh from ESPNews 'barrel of pablum.

    SBNation.com - All Posts

  • The complaint, is based on the premise that Psystar is now "trafficking in circumvention devices," which is causing "unquantifiable" harm to Apple's image.

    GigaOM Network

  • Antonio Banderas, Eddie Murphy and Craig Robinson] were talking about, about what they love and what they hold dear and what they feel strongly about, are things that are kind of unquantifiable, and aren't on your Twitter feed or your Facebook page or your instant messenger.

    Jezebel

  • What it does mean (and what makes climate policy different than most of our computational physics-supported decision making) is that when you act on the output of the unvalidated model, you take on an unquantifiable risk.

    Climate Science is an Experimental Science | Serendipity

  • However, What this issue seems to be saying to me is that such things are unquantifiable.

    Annotations for Trinity issue #50 | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment

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