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Definition of Incomputably
Lexicographical Neighbors of Incomputably
Literary usage of Incomputably
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Construction Construed, and Constitutions Vindicated by John Taylor (1820)
"V loss to the community will therefore not be limited by what the one thousand may gain, but will be incomputably aggravated by a general discouragement of ..."
2. A History of the Ancient Working People: From the Earliest Known Period to by Cyrenus Osborne Ward (1889)
"... the facts lying at the bottom of the ineffaceable love in the strictly proletarian class, for the beautiful and incomputably aged red banner ; and in ..."
3. The First Century of Methodism in Canada by Joseph Edward Sanderson (1910)
"I am convinced that the country is incomputably rich in minerals, and within a few years will be the home of thousands of well-remunerated cultivators of ..."
4. Psychic Phenomena, Science and Immortality: Being a Further Excursion Into by Henry Frank (1911)
"... nation consists of incomputably minute corpuscles which are discharged into the ether at a rate almost inconceivable. It is this force, we are told, ..."
5. The Metaphysic of Ethics by Immanuel Kant, John William Semple (1836)
"Such reverence enables us to estimate the inward worth of such a frame of mind as a dignity, as incomputably advanced above all price; nor'can we compare or ..."