Meaning of incommensurably in English:

incommensurably

adverb

See incommensurable

‘It is not an answer that these figures or these seven years of Aristeas' journey will provide, but a question: by which the incommensurably qualitative comes to measure what it has been measured and sold by.’
  • ‘The diverse cultures here are not incommensurably unique to each other.’
  • ‘His research topics were uncommon crystals and their phase transitions, and included incommensurably modulated structures, quasicrystals and polytypes.’

Pronunciation

incommensurably

/ˌɪnkəˈmɛnʃ(ə)rəbli/ /ˌɪŋkəˈmɛnsjərəbli/