Meaning of incalculably in English:

incalculably

adverb

See incalculable

‘Mumbai is India's largest city - with an official population of 18 million and an actual population incalculably higher.’
  • ‘That regulation made New York City an incalculably safer place to live and work.’
  • ‘In discarding the idea of keeping just one day a week sacred, we may have lost something incalculably precious.’
  • ‘Her contribution to women's history, particularly in Texas, has been incalculably vast, laying the groundwork for what will be many generations of scholarship about women and social history.’
  • ‘When liberation comes it frees not only the oppressed but also those who structured and maintained the untenable and incalculably costly systems of oppression.’