incalculably

[ in-kal-kyuh-luh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF incalculably
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To go with thee is indeed a trial--but to go from thee is incalculably worse.

Each and all have been incalculably aided by perpetual invention.

"Yes, love is an incalculably great, natural force," he continued.

Beside which it incalculably increases the perfection of one.

Everything had never even yet seemed to him so incalculably much.

The effect of what he did for English education has been incalculably great.

Extremely, extraordinarily, incomparably, incalculably kind.

They are incalculably valuable—and they are purely and originally American.

She was incalculably older and wiser than this irrational boy.

That's one of his weaknesses; another is to be incalculably rich.

WORD ORIGIN

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

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