from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. That cannot be reckoned; uncountable, innumerable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not capable of being reckoned or counted; immeasurable; immense.


un- +‎ reckonable (Wiktionary)


  • Right then, I would have said anything to save her, to bring her back from her unreckonable, abstract place.


  • A word that is calm enough to look at, almost lulling, but also hints at holding unreckonable power.


  • He knew Mary as well — nay, better than he knew his own unreckonable self.

    Australia Felix

  • Instead of her always having to make allowance for unreckonable impulses.

    The Way Home

  • He too was bald, green, and tailed; but the green was grass-bright, without scales, the tail thin as a cat's, the posture erect, the height well below her own, the other differences unreckonable.

    A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows

  • And, that he might hold up his head with the best of them, she endowed him, on the spot, with an unreckonable amount of wealth.

    The International Monthly Magazine - Volume V - No II

  • And that he might hold up his head with the best of them, she endowed him on the spot with an unreckonable amount of wealth.

    Short Stories of Various Types

  • He could see the unreckonable element of chance functioning largely in a man's life.

    Burned Bridges

  • She could not visualize him the jealous, outraged husband, breathing the conventional anathema, but there were elements unreckonable in that room.

    Big Timber A Story of the Northwest

  • The unreckonable element of chance would still operate to make you do this or that.

    The Hidden Places


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.