- incapable of being estimated or assessed.
- too large or great to be estimated or appreciated: The flood caused inestimable damage.
- of incalculable value; valuable beyond measure; priceless: jewels of inestimable worth.
Origin of inestimable
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Examples from the Web for inestimable
They may not sell gold coins as quickly and as well as excessive alarmism, but they have the inestimable advantage of being true.Why the Rush to Sell Gold Coins is Drowning Out Real Critiques of Obama
April 1, 2013
The inestimable value of our Federal Union is felt and acknowledged by all.
It was immediately decided that the pictures were inestimable.Tales And Novels, Volume 9 (of 10)
I am the man who loves you because he has found in you qualities that are inestimable.A Comedy of Marriage and Other Tales
Guy De Maupassant
The value to humanity of these two sciences is now established as inestimable.The Necessity of Atheism
Dr. D.M. Brooks
Its services to the government during the period of the war were inestimable.Albert Gallatin
John Austin Stevens
- not able to be estimated; immeasurable
- of immeasurable value
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Word Origin and History for inestimable
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