unquantifiable

unquantifiable

(ʌnˈkwɒntɪˌfaɪəbəl)
adj
not capable of being quantified
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Mr Kennedy said: "The number of lives saved through staff relationships is unquantifiable.
The agency has also advised that criminal cases against officials in executing agencies and foreign contractors such as LMK Resources be proceeded against swiftly for causing unquantifiable losses to the state.
The group added that 'Pockets of attacks by degraded and fleeing Boko Haram insurgents not withstanding, the Nigerian military as an institution have made unquantifiable supreme sacrifices and given their all to ensure that we all coexist in peace and harmony in the year under review.
The pains and sufferings caused by the preventable call center fire in Davao City to the families, relatives and friends are incalculable and unquantifiable,' he said.
As a TV viewing exercise, it should be X-rated (where X = an unquantifiable number of goals).
Charlotte Morgan, museum manager, said: "The impact this funding will have on the museum's activities is unquantifiable and we are so pleased that the Pen y Cymoedd Board felt we were a suitable fund recipient.
The worry for shareholders is that this unquantifiable impact could have longer-term consequences," he warned.
Whereas the purposes of National Teacher Appreciation Week, celebrated from May 7, 2017, through May 13, 2017, are to raise public awareness of the unquantifiable contributions of teachers; and to promote greater respect and understanding for the teaching profession; and
Fujimura insists that doubt is an integral part of a deep faith and that it is possible to maintain orthodoxy while still remaining open to the myriad possibilities of the unknown and the unquantifiable.
The Hearing Examiner recommends that the NMPRC adopt the Certification of Stipulation in support of the acquisition, and states that the acquisition is in the public interest and has quantifiable and unquantifiable benefits to NMGC customers.
The value of the items is unquantifiable,'' she said.
Ms Cornwell, whose son Nicholas suffers from cerebral palsy, said: "The closure would have an unquantifiable impact on the families who use it.