What is another word for incalculably?

Pronunciation: [ɪnkˈalkjuːləblɪ] (IPA)

Incalculably is a word that refers to something that cannot be measured or counted accurately. Synonyms for incalculably include immeasurably, infinitely, boundlessly, incalculably, and inexhaustibly. These words are used to describe things that are too great in number or too vast in size to be precisely quantified. Other synonyms for incalculably could be indeterminately, unquantifiably, and imprecisely. All of these words are used to describe something that is beyond comprehension and unable to be accurately measured or counted. The synonyms of incalculably demonstrate that there are certain things in this world that cannot be quantified by mere numbers or measurements.

What are the hypernyms for Incalculably?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for incalculably?

Incalculably refers to something that cannot be measured or determined. Its antonyms, on the other hand, are related to quantifiable and measurable factors. For instance, "precisely," "accurately," and "specifically" are antonyms that indicate a precise measurement of something. Other antonyms for incalculably involve values such as "countable," "definite," or "limited." These words imply that something is measurable or has a limited number. Furthermore, "calculably," "calculable," and "predictable" are all antonyms that imply that something can be estimated or predicted using mathematical knowledge. Therefore, incalculably's antonyms reflect the ability to measure, count, and predict quantity, making them opposite to incalcuable, which cannot be measured or counted.

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Usage examples for Incalculably

Great Britain, risking and spending nothing, would gain incalculably.
"History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6)"
E. Benjamin Andrews
It singed the sheets; it flayed the face; but it also helped incalculably to keep this stricken body and this strenuous soul together.
E. W. Hornung
Apart from the brutality by Christians towards those suspected of witchcraft, the hindrance to scientific initiative or experiment was incalculably great so long as belief in magic obtained.
"Theological Essays"
Charles Bradlaugh

Famous quotes with Incalculably

  • Every relation, every gradation of nature is incalculably precious, but only to the soul which is poised upon itself, and to whom no loss, no change, can bring dull discord, for it is in harmony with the central soul.
    Margaret Fuller
  • The world of our experience consists at all times of two parts, an objective and a subjective part, of which the former may be incalculably more extensive than the latter, and yet the latter can never be omitted or suppressed. The objective part is the sum total of whatsoever at any given time we may be thinking of, the subjective part is the inner "state" in which the thinking comes to pass.
    William James
  • I found myself projected against an obstacle which I could not penetrate. It was like the others, yet incalculably denser; a sticky clammy mass, if such terms can be applied to analogous qualities in a non-material sphere. I had, I felt, been halted by a barrier which my friend and leader had successfully passed. Struggling anew, I came to the end of the drug-dream...
    H. P. Lovecraft
  • A work upon the plan originally contemplated by the Author seems still to be required, to initiate the young and uninstructed in the study of those MEDALS 0F CREATION—those electrotypes of nature—the mineralized remains of the plants and animals which successively flourished in the earlier ages of our planet, in periods incalculably remote, and long antecedent to all human history and tradition. With this conviction the present volumes are offered... as a guide for the Student and the Amateur Collector of fossil remains; for the intelligent Observer who may desire to possess a general knowledge of the subject, without intending to pursue Geology as a science; and for the Tourist who may wish, in the course of his travels, to employ profitably a leisure hour in quest of those interesting memorials of the ancient physical revolutions of our globe, which he will find everywhere presented to his observation.
    Gideon Mantell

Related words: infinitely, incalculable, incalculably

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