inappreciable[ in-uh-pree-shee-uh-buh l, -shuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inappreciable
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Without sensuous, spiritual is inappreciable;— no beauty or power!
“Harvest is an inappreciable quantity, especially to novices,” he said.
And this is like the inappreciable difficulties that often beset us in life.
The instant would have been inappreciable to measures of time.
The organs are the containing sheaths of some fluid or other as yet inappreciable.
It must be recollected, that this has been restricted to minute points of inappreciable form.
Distance has inappreciable influence on the transference of thought.
The amount of these poisons necessary to produce their specific effects, may be inappreciable.
As the diameter of the lens was so small in comparison with its focal length, its want of achromatism was inappreciable.
This method possesses the inappreciable advantage of relieving us from the mental strain which would otherwise oppress us.