Inestimable meaning

ĭn-ĕs'tə-mə-bəl
The definition of inestimable is something that cannot be measured or calculated.

An example of inestimable is the total number of books in the world.

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Impossible to estimate or compute.

Inestimable damage.

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Of immeasurable value or worth; invaluable.
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That cannot be estimated or measured; esp., too great or valuable to be properly measured or appreciated; invaluable.
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Not able to be estimated; not able to be calculated, computed or comprehended, as because of great scale, degree or magnitude.

The Voyager spacecraft explored the solar system and continued into the inestimable space beyond.

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Origin of inestimable

  • From Middle French inestimable, from Latin inaestimābilis, from in (“un-”, “not”) + aestimābilis (“estimable”).
    From Wiktionary