Examples of imponderable in a Sentence
the imponderable vastness of space
Recent Examples of imponderable from the Web
This imponderable threat, this threat, will be a fact of daily life in the coming years.
Well-to-do people came to be reminded of the planet’s imponderable scale and wild dangers, and my job was to give them a taste of this wild extreme and then return them safely to ordinary life.
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Origin and Etymology of imponderable
Medieval Latin imponderabilis, from Latin in- + Late Latin ponderabilis ponderable
First Known Use: 1794See Words from the same year
IMPONDERABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of imponderable for English Language Learners
: not able to be measured or judged exactly
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