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Definition of "undeterminable" [un•de•ter•mi•na•ble]

  • Not possible to determine. (adjective)

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Use "undeterminable" in a sentence
  • "Van Valkenburgh has described the landscape architect’s goal as “a combination of understanding the things that are givens and then setting it up in a way so that the occurrence of the undeterminable is a welcome consequence.”"
  • "Cantor heartily believed in his plan of insuring things for which there is no market price and an undeterminable risk."
  • "The effect of the corporation income tax is, therefore, to raise prices blindly and to lower wages by an undeterminable amount."