Meaning of indeterminateness in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪndɪˈtəːmɪnətnəs/


See indeterminate

‘Its grandeur fabricates a challenge to the indeterminateness of fate, even more so its finality, by preserving love and hope as viable antidotes to inevitable ends.’
  • ‘Pure being, he says, is pure indeterminateness and vacuity.’
  • ‘Uncertainty and indeterminateness are main properties of natural language.’
  • ‘The existence of time may explain the indeterminateness of things.’