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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Definitions for imponderable

  1. A thing that cannot be precisely determined or measured.
  2. Not ponderable; that cannot be precisely determined, measured, or evaluated.

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Citations for imponderable
Of course he had always been a huge imponderable, if not to say the biggest challenge of her admittedly young life. Lindsay Armstrong, The Constantin Marriage
Of course there's always the imponderable, the unpredictable which can't be foreseen... Leonardo Sciascia, Peter Robb and Sacha Rabinovitch, The Moro Affair
Origin of imponderable
Imponderable comes directly from the Medieval Latin word imponderābilis which had the same meaning.