Something that can't be counted — because it's too big, or it just can't be pinned down that way — is incalculable. A kindergarten class's excitement on Halloween is incalculable.

The depth of your love for your cat might be incalculable, and so is the concept of infinity. Things that can't be accurately measured can be described with the adjective incalculable, as can things that aren't predictable: "His anger over the dent in his car was incalculable. The root of the word is calculate, or count, which comes from the Latin calculare, "to reckon, or to compute."

Definitions of incalculable

adj not capable of being computed or enumerated

countless, infinite, innumerable, innumerous, multitudinous, myriad, numberless, uncounted, unnumberable, unnumbered, unnumerable
too numerous to be counted
immeasurable, incomputable, inestimable
beyond calculation or measure
incapable of being definitely ascertained
indeterminable, undeterminable
not capable of being definitely decided or ascertained
capable of being calculated or estimated
computable, estimable
may be computed or estimated
countable, denumerable, enumerable, numerable
that can be counted
capable of being determined or limited or fixed
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