unquantifiable

unquantifiable

(ʌnˈkwɒntɪˌfaɪəbəl)
adj
not capable of being quantified
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Further, PFAS litigation remains an "unquantifiable risk" that is likely to worsen as the product liability class actions escalate, adds the analyst.
Unquantifiable The business is also banned from bidding for the South Eastern franchise.
Chief executive Martin Griffiths said: "We believe the rail system should be about appointing the best operator for customers, not about passing unquantifiable, unmanageable and inappropriate risk to train companies.
ACTION POINT: Identify a unique event with an impact that is unquantifiable now, bus is likely to transform your organization in the next decade.
In response, one board member simply said, "Dan, this best endeavour approach to detection gives us unquantifiable business risk - that's unacceptable to our shareholders".
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'The cost that they are actually looking at is the absolute peso, but what we are actually looking at is the emotional cost which is unquantifiable for the retirees, for the sick elderlies and for the homeowners who chose to be there because of the kind of community that we have,' he said.
Their impact on a child's life is immeasurable and unquantifiable.
Duterte earlier asked his critics of not to put a price tag on his federalism proposal, saying that its projected cost will be outweighed by unquantifiable economic growth and development it would deliver in the country, especially in the countryside.
In James and Danny's case, it is the unquantifiable power that lets their love exist in the cracks.
Mr Kennedy said: "The number of lives saved through staff relationships is unquantifiable.