uncountable


Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

un·count·a·ble

 (ŭn-koun′tə-bəl)
adj.
Too many to be counted; innumerable: an uncountable number of tourists.

uncountable

(ʌnˈkaʊntəbəl)
adj
1. too many to be counted; innumerable
2. (Linguistics) linguistics denoting a noun that does not refer to an isolable object. See mass noun
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:

uncountable

adjective
Translations
nepočitatelnýnespočetný
lukematonluvutonnumeroitumatonylinumeroituva
不可算数えきれないほどの無数の
overaftelbaar
nieprzeliczalny
oräkneligouppräknelig

uncountable

[ˈʌnˈkaʊntəbl] ADJincontable

uncountable

adj (Gram) → unzählbar
References in classic literature ?
All that goes to the glory and joy of life perished in that uncountable roll of days, when the sun went out, and inch by inch the wall rose which will divide me forever from you and all the world.
But sometimes they came, these Russians, in great ships, and made the people of Pastolik show them the way through the islands uncountable of the many-mouthed Yukon.
I threw my arms round the trunk of a very wet fir tree, every branch of which I remembered, for had I not climbed it, and fallen from it, and torn and bruised myself on it uncountable numbers of times?
He shared his money with him: bought him uncountable presents of knives, pencil-cases, gold seals, toffee, Little Warblers, and romantic books, with large coloured pictures of knights and robbers, in many of which latter you might read inscriptions to George Sedley Osborne, Esquire, from his attached friend William Dobbin--the which tokens of homage George received very graciously, as became his superior merit.
Ages of darkness, wickedness, and violence, have come and gone--millions uncountable, have suffered, lived, and died--to point the way before him.
The metropolis is not only covered with heaps of garbage in most areas but has also uncountable number of potholes and craters on roads creating a nuisance for motorists and commuters.
Rare incidents of violence have been done in Pakistan and it cause harm by the nation's uncountable gangs, this disparity is like day and night.
Some of the chapters portrays the moments Mahfouz won the Nobel Prize, his encounters between cinema and books, his life at coffee shops, and his uncountable personal statements.
Peace and prosperity in Balochistan is a fruit of uncountable sacrifices of our soldiers.
The second reason is the uncountable doctors since it can't be operate without the help of doctors, of people for earning meagre amount.
ISLAMABAD:Federal Minister for Privatization Daniyal Aziz Chaudhry Thursday said the vision of Muhammad Nawaz Shraif regarding development of county is very vast and his development projects are uncountable.
However, the migratory birds are not uncountable like 20 to 30 years back due to reduction of water bodies,' he said.