Examples of incalculable in a Sentence
The extent of the damage is incalculable.
The collection is of incalculable value to historians.
The future consequences of their decision are incalculable.
Recent Examples of incalculable from the Web
The odds of seeing a former teammate's youth sports uniform on the back of a complete stranger on the streets of France's largest city are incalculable, according to a Naperville college mathematics professor.
Given the unique nature of the material Northern Sky produces – family friendly and inclusive while nevertheless musically sophisticated and frequently taking on thorny themes – losing these musicals would be an incalculable blow to Wisconsin.
If Mueller decides there is a case to answer for either the President or his aides in the issue of alleged collusion with Russia or over a potential cover-up, the political uproar will be incalculable.
Whether any one album (even one as significant as Exodus is within Marley's esteemed catalog) can justifiably merit such a sweeping and nearly incalculable designation is a topic for vigorous debate.
Thirty years ago, the PC revolution put computing power into the hands of millions and unlocked incalculable human potential.
Like Rachel Carson, Egan is careful to cloak his argument in terms policy makers understand, focusing more on financial damage and human health than any intrinsic, but incalculable, deep ecological value.
Hope that the families will find a measure of peace despite suffering an incalculable loss.
Gilead Sher, a former Israeli negotiator under Prime Minister Ehud Barak and now a senior fellow with the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv, said an almost incalculable number of variables would have to fall in place.
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INCALCULABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of incalculable for English Language Learners
: very large or great
: not able to be predicted
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