What is another word for uncountable?

Pronunciation: [ʌnkˈa͡ʊntəbə͡l] (IPA)

Uncountable is a word used to describe nouns that cannot be counted or quantified. There are many synonyms for this word that can be used in writing or conversation to diversify vocabulary. One synonym for uncountable is inexhaustible, which refers to things that are limitless or infinite. Another synonym is countless, which means too numerous to count. Other synonyms for uncountable include innumerable, immeasurable, incalculable, myriad, and boundless. By using these synonyms in your writing or speech, you can avoid repeating the same words and make your communication more varied and interesting.

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What are the hypernyms for Uncountable?

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What are the opposite words for uncountable?

Uncountable is a word that indicates something that cannot be counted, measured or enumerated. Its antonyms are words that indicate the opposite, meaning that they suggest something can be counted or measured. Some of the antonyms for uncountable include nouns such as countable, measurable, enumerable, sortable, and calculable. Countable is the primary antonym, indicating that something can be counted, such as individual units or items. Measurable suggests that something can be quantified or measured in specific quantities. Enumerable refers to the ability to create a list of items, such as a catalog of products. Sortable and calculable suggest that something can be organized into categories or calculated using specific formulas.

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Usage examples for Uncountable

Before her stood a man, tall and straight, surely a being from another world-or so he appeared to the poor wretch who, since uncountable time, had set eyes on none but the most miserable dregs of struggling humanity, who had seen little else but rags, and faces either cruel or wretched.
"The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel"
Baroness Orczy
There came the unfamiliar call of a horn trumpet from yet another direction, and suddenly a troop of horse soldiers came thundering up the path whence Emperor Euphrates's expedition had come, the ground vibrating under uncountable hooves and cutting off their retreat as the invaders plowed recklessly through Borla's shouting and screaming rear-guard.
"Si'Wren of the Patriarchs"
Roland Cheney
And so had it been through an uncountable Eternity of Years.
"The Night Land"
William Hope Hodgson

Famous quotes with Uncountable

  • If you sincerely desire a _truly_ well-rounded education, you must study the extremists, the obscure and "nutty". You need the balance! Your poor brain is already being impregnated with middle-of-the-road crap, twenty-four hours a day, _no matter what_. Network TV, newspapers, radio, magazines at the supermarket... even if you never watch, read, listen, or leave your house, even if you are deaf and blind, the _telepathic pressure alone_ of the uncountable normals surrounding you will insure that you are automatically well- grounded in consensus reality.
    Rev. Ivan Stang - High Weirdness By Mail
  • Evolving life must experience a vast range of possibilities, based on environmental histories so unpredictable that no realized route - the pathway to consciousness in the form of Homo sapiens or Little Green Men, for example - can be construed as a highway to heaven, but must be viewed as a tortuous track rutted with uncountable obstacles and festooned with innumerable alternative branches. Any reasonably precise repetition of our earthly route on another planet therefore becomes wildly improbable even in a trillion cases.
    Stephen Jay Gould
  • The male sense of space must differ from that of the female, who has such interesting, active, and significant inner space. The space that interests men is outer. The fly ball high against the sky, the long pass spiraling overhead, the jet fighter like a scarcely visible pinpoint nozzle laying down its vapor trail at 40,000 feet, the gazelle haunch flickering just beyond arrow-reach, the uncountable stars sprinkled on their great black wheel, the horizon, the mountaintop, the quasar — these bring portents with them and awaken a sense of relation with the invisible, with the empty. The ideal male body is taut with lines of potential force, a diagram extending outward; the ideal female body curves around centers of repose.
    John Updike
  • That uncountable myths and legends and ecclesiastical operas and dirges have at their core, if not in their trappings, near identical mechanisms, performances, and outcomes is proof most solid of the centrality of the panhuman subconscious—or superconscious—experience of the myriad and manifold wonders and terrors of the cosmos.
    Malcolm Azania
  • The moon had broken up into seven large pieces, which inevitably became known as the Seven Sisters, and an uncountable number of smaller ones. Gradually the big ones acquired names. Doc Dubois was responsible for many of these. He gave them descriptive names that wouldn’t scare people. It wouldn’t do to call them Nemesis or Thor or Grond. So instead it was Potatohead, Mr. Spinny, Acorn, Peach Pit, Scoop, Big Boy, and Kidney Bean.
    Neal Stephenson

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