Incommensurable Definition

ĭnkə-mĕnsər-ə-bəl, -shər-
adjective
Impossible to measure or compare.
American Heritage
That cannot be measured or compared by the same standard or measure; without a common standard of comparison.
Webster's New World
Not worthy of comparison.
A statement incommensurable with truth.
Webster's New World
Not being integral multiples of the same number or quantity: said of two or more numbers or quantities, as 2 and 3
Webster's New World
Having an irrational ratio.
American Heritage
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noun
An incommensurable thing, quantity, etc.
Webster's New World

Other Word Forms of Incommensurable

Noun

Singular:
incommensurable
Plural:
incommensurables

Origin of Incommensurable

  • From Middle French incommensurable, from Medieval Latin incommensurabilis.

    From Wiktionary

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