Definition of incalculable
- did incalculable damage
- an incalculable outcome
The extent of the damage is incalculable.
The collection is of incalculable value to historians.
The future consequences of their decision are incalculable.
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: very large or great
: not able to be predicted
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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