- very numerous or great.
- unable to be calculated; beyond calculation.
- incapable of being forecast or predicted; undeterminable.
- uncertain; unsure.
Origin of incalculable
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3. unpredictable, unforeseeable.
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The long-term legal, political and diplomatic ramifications for Israel are incalculable.The Anti-Balfour Declaration
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Between Him and me there was an incalculable distance which He could bridge but I could not.The Conquest of Fear
That fact had been of incalculable advantage to him in his efforts to reach the shore with her.Within the Law
That is romantic imagination; and the mischief it does is incalculable.A Treatise on Parents and Children
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For two years he devoured an incalculable number of volumes.A Comedy of Marriage and Other Tales
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- beyond calculation; unable to be predicted or determined
Word Origin and History for incalculable
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