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."