[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
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)
The number of marriages built in this way, upon false foundations of hollowness and despair, is incomputable.
- incapable of being computed; incalculable