incalculable

[ in-kal-kyuh-luh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF incalculable
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Between Him and me there was an incalculable distance which He could bridge but I could not.

That fact had been of incalculable advantage to him in his efforts to reach the shore with her.

That is romantic imagination; and the mischief it does is incalculable.

But you must remember what an incalculable number of works we should be compelled to read.

For two years he devoured an incalculable number of volumes.

The mischief which may result from your imprudent conduct is incalculable.

The dreadful consequences of such an event are incalculable.

There was indeed an incalculable quantity of hydrogen at hand.

Would this not gradually have an incalculable effect on the trend of our civilisation?

The harm done to the individual child by this means is incalculable.

WORD ORIGIN

1795, from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + calculable (see calculate). Related: Incalculably; incalculability.

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