Definition of "indeterminable" [in•de•ter•mi•na•ble]
Impossible to fix or measure: indeterminable traces of poison; indeterminable assets. (adjective)
Impossible to settle or decide with finality: indeterminable questions. (adjective)
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Use "indeterminable" in a sentence
"I mean if something is "profoundly and disturbingly evident" why is the hour "indeterminable"?"
"Light pains in my chest, the indeterminable gurgle in my stomach, a swaying before my eyes."
"And as seemingly indeterminable day, dwindled to a close,"