inestimable inestimable


  • (adj) beyond calculation or measure



  1. If the process should become practicable commercially, housewifery and industry will benefit by inestimable billions.
  2. Yet for all his mistakes and shortcomings, Nasser managed one inestimable accomplishment.
  3. His own value is inestimable.


  • The Story of the 450-Pound Rapper Who Loved Waffle House Too Much

    Jelly Roll, a 28-year-old white rapper from Antioch, Tennessee, has eaten at Waffle House more times than he can possibly remember. Hundreds of visits, but more likely thousands, to an inestimable percentage of America’s 1,600 Southern franchises. He orders the same meal every time, his particular variation of an All-Star Breakfast: scrambled eggs with cheese and wheat toast; hash browns that ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Deadspin


  1. Canadian Heritage Minister Josée Verner and Defence Minister Peter MacKay said in a statement yesterday that they were saddened by the news and the armoury had an "inestimable historic value to the heritage of Quebec City."
    on Apr 6, 2008 By: Peter MacKay Source: National Post

  2. "The loss of Goldie is inestimable for both the Shaw Festival and the Canadian theatre community of which she was such a celebrated and beloved member," said Jackie Maxwell, Shaw's artistic director.
    on Dec 10, 2009 By: Jackie Maxwell Source: Globe and Mail

  3. "Having this most important icon from our history accessible here in our own country would have inestimable value in helping bring our history alive for Canadians," said historian Jack Granatstein, a friend of Wilson's for many years.
    on Jul 3, 2010 By: Jack Granatstein Source: The Beacon Herald

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