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incalculable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincalculablein‧cal‧cu‧la‧ble /ɪnˈkælkjələbəl/ adjective formal  TOO/TOO MUCHtoo great to be calculated syn immeasurable Her contribution to our work is incalculable.incalculable importance/value/worth etc treasures of incalculable valueincalculable harm/damage/suffering etc The outbreak of hostilities will cause incalculable misery.
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incalculableThe emotions unleashed as the Wall is dismantled are incalculable.The inflow of foreign money was incalculable.The loss to posterity is incalculable.The ash from the volcano has caused incalculable damage to crops.That would prompt a costly cleanup and incalculable delay in restarting the reactor.If it did so, however, it would have to pay a heavy and incalculable price.I had nearly caused him a two-shot penalty, and probably incalculable psychic harm.That City College could truly be theirs seemed a blessing of incalculable value.incalculable importance/value/worth etcThat City College could truly be theirs seemed a blessing of incalculable value.They make up an archive of incalculable value.
From Longman Business Dictionaryincalculablein‧cal‧cu‧la‧ble /ɪnˈkælkjələbəl/ adjective formal not possible to calculateThe social cost of unemployment is incalculable.Countries are insuring against the incalculable risk of the consequences of climate change.
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