indeterminable

[ in-di-tur-muh-nuh-buh l ]

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The 6th and possible 7th columns of the lower part are indeterminable.

Their emotions are mostly expressed by indeterminable, leery grins.

In other words, with an indeterminable future it has had a determinable past.

Dark it appeared, but the precise tint was indeterminable, as was that of her skin, which looked neither brown nor white.

Langley seemed prepared for anything, even for an indeterminable number of universes interfused--physics stark mad in metaphysics.

A contingency is simply an indeterminable future event, which may or may not be attended with danger or risk.

The factors of safety are indeterminable; the duplications of their internal mechanisms are conjectural, variable.

What Fruit that was which our first Parents tasted in Paradise, from the disputes of learned men seems yet indeterminable.

The vibration swelled to a roar, but the seat of the sound amid the echoing cliffs was indeterminable.

Pantheism lends itself to this notion of an indeterminate and indeterminable disanthropomorphized divinity.

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