indeterminably indeterminably

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an indeterminable manner

Usage(s):

  1. It even featured an old-fashioned flap over an umpire's call and an indeterminably aged Cuban pitcher with a penchant for cigars and dramatic performances.
  2. It even featured an old-fashioned flap over an umpire's call and an indeterminably aged Cuban pitcher with a penchant for cigars and dramatic performances.

News

  • Arctic Port Project Delayed Indeterminably

    The release of the Arctic Deep Draft Port feasibility study has been put on hold, indeterminably. The Alaska U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had said the study would be issued for public review the first week of March. However, in a recent Joint Transportation Committee meeting, Lorraine Cordova, Project Technical Lead, said the entire port project is being pushed back a “few months.”
    on February 8, 2014     Source: Alaska Public Radio Network

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