incapable of being computed; incalculable.
- in·com·put·a·bly, adverb
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How to use incomputable in a sentence
They were born and they die for ends to them as incomputable as the path of a cannon-shot fired into the darkness.Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon | Robert A. Sterndale
Across that Ocean, at a distance incomputable by the human intellect, is the male half of our system.Tom Clark and His Wife | Paschal Beverly Randolph
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
It gave incomputable energy to the centralization of our Government.Thomas Jefferson | Edward S. Ellis et. al.
We have endeavored to explain why our weather is so uncertain and incomputable.Popular Books on Natural Science | Aaron David Bernstein
British Dictionary definitions for incomputable
incapable of being computed; incalculable
- incomputability, noun
- incomputably, adverb
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