from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Not quantified (in any sense).

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not quantified.


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un- +‎ quantified.


  • While it may be "unquantified", as you point out, I believe this certainly counts as "qualified".

    Dear WaPo: Muslim is not an Ethnic Group in China

  • Although this approach does not require a lengthy and detailed planning phase, and aims to simplify the change process and reduce the risk of missing deadlines, it is likely to have introduced other, as yet unquantified, risks, the committee warns.

    DWP has no clear plan for online services

  • That 5 percent can easily be explained through unquantified factors.

    All else being equal.

  • And while I admire Wired. com's similar devotion when it comes to rating things like Korean nose-mounted video cameras, I feel some areas of existence remain tragically unquantified.

    Wired Top Stories

  • In other words, while reporters (or Tweeters) will include individual-level death data in human stories, massive die-offs or flora changes could very well go unnoticed and probably unquantified.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Just today, as Joel and Drew were filming for a school program using their small net which takes "education samples," (unquantified trawls mixed together for showing the plastic pollution problem to young students and politicians), they informed me that they saw a particularly heavy amount of Styrofoam beads coming up, along with dozens of other plastic particles.

    Laurie David: Day 36 of Algalita's Oceanographic Research Vessel Expedition: A Letter From Captain Charles Moore

  • Ian Davidson, who has caused problems on Europe in the past and has rebelled on Iraq, foundation hospitals, student fees and Trident, is said to be at the heart of a group inclined to vote for a referendum, but its size is unquantified.

    A Dishonourable Signature

  • I don't see why confiscating all of someone's pension rights to in aid of a pre-existing as you say, "free standing" ascertainable debt is any more justifiable than confiscating part of them in aid of an as yet unquantified debt to the public that my legislation would create.

    Grabbing Sir Fred Goodwin's pension

  • Yet we continue to reproduce despite the cost, because of the immense and unquantified intangible benefits.

    Dear Prudence, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Thus is the unquantified poorer health and longevity you point to in the aged is likely the result of deprivations of adequate health care earlier in life.

    Is Private Health Insurance Impossible?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty


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