Definition of Incomputable

1. Adjective. Beyond calculation or measure. "Immeasurable wealth"

Exact synonyms: Immeasurable, Inestimable
Similar to: Incalculable



Definition of Incomputable

1. a. Not computable.

Definition of Incomputable

1. Adjective. Not computable; that cannot be computed. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Incomputable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incomputable

incompossibilities
incompossibility
incompossible
incomprehense
incomprehensibility
incomprehensible
incomprehensibleness
incomprehensibly
incomprehension
incomprehensive
incomprehensively
incompressibilities
incompressibility
incompressible
incomputability
incomputable (current term)
incomputably
incomunicado
inconcealable
inconceivabilities
inconceivability
inconceivable
inconceivableness
inconceivably
inconceptible
inconcerning
inconcinne
inconcinnities
inconcinnity
inconcinnous

Literary usage of Incomputable

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1. Organon of Science: Three Books in One Volumeby John Harrison Stinson by John Harrison Stinson (1879)
"It is a colorless liquid, it has a sour taste, it corrodeĀ» mnl tissues, it is incomputable with metalic oxides, it is incomputable with Lai ios, ..."

2. Astounding Facts from the Spirit World: Witnessed at the House of J.A by Josiah A. Gridley (1854)
"On the other hand, we have Mr. Davis' assertions that his God has created incomputable millions of universes, more numerous than the atoms ..."

3. Christian Pamphlets by Henry Mills, R. V. Dodge, Addison Ballard, Jonathan Edwards, William Willder Wheildon, Geo. F. Walker, Jacob Chamberlain, Horatio Quincey Butterfield, James Burrill Angell, Edward Payson Goodwin, Charles LeRoy Goodell, Massachusetts Bible Society (1864)
"The incomputable ages, required for the development of these results, may not be afforded. The judge may stand before the door. ..."

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