unquantifiable

unquantifiable

(ʌnˈkwɒntɪˌfaɪəbəl)
adj
not capable of being quantified
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There are no dates, places, times, whether male or female and no actual figures given - just an unquantifiable number of 10,000.
The Health and Safety Executive said that "an unquantifiable number" of employees and contractors had been exposed to the potentially deadly dust.
The free services offered by Wellspring are unquantifiable in providing support for those when they need it most.
As for them bringing in money through tourism, any figures bandied about are purely notional and unquantifiable under the present system.
The benefits may be unquantifiable, but are nothing less than priceless," the minister added.
are equal in the eyes of the IRS if their marriage took place in a state that recognizes same sex marriage; insurance benefits for same sex spouses in the work place; and the unquantifiable social elevation, has created ripples of equality that are still expanding with no end in sight.
The problem is that organizations focus their social on building "brand buzz"--the elusive, unquantifiable sense that someone, somewhere is talking about your product, and somehow that might turn into business for your company.
As a result, private investors face difficult choices and potentially unquantifiable risks, with no clear idea of future profit margins.
This is another unquantifiable cost that has to be taken into account, and of course, will mean more paperwork.
The committee had rejected all three bids and had unanimously termed the project as financially unquantifiable because all three firms had provided bogus cost estimates for the project those were against terms and conditions set by the CDA.
8220;The reputational damage can be unquantifiable.