[in-kuh m-pyoo-tuh-buh l]
- incapable of being computed; incalculable.
Origin of incomputable
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Examples from the Web for incomputable
Whatever may have been the number, the sum of human misery was incomputable.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 1
Henry Charles Lea
We have endeavored to explain why our weather is so uncertain and incomputable.Popular Books on Natural Science</p>
Aaron David Bernstein
What an incomputable addition to the expences intended by the Stamp-act!
Truly, it does appear very, very long to thy husband—an incomputable period.Love Letters of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume I (of 2)</p>
The number of marriages built in this way, upon false foundations of hollowness and despair, is incomputable.
- incapable of being computed; incalculable
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