unreckonable

unreckonable

(ʌnˈrɛkənəbəl)
adj
incalculable; unlimited
References in classic literature ?
For example, an uncle--who had sailed for India fifty years before, and never been heard of since--might yet return, and adopt her to be the comfort of his very extreme and decrepit age, and adorn her with pearls, diamonds, and Oriental shawls and turbans, and make her the ultimate heiress of his unreckonable riches.
And, that he might hold up his head with the best of them, she endowed him, on the spot, with an unreckonable amount of wealth.
1 herd of bells unreckonable ice-tune lowing the azure minaret--you bowed & cold These lines, and many others in Incidents of Scattering, will doubtless present excellent targets for critics on the lookout for the next young Language Poet to skewer.
It is the unreckonable virtue of the human contact that underlies the exchange of cultures.
It is so delightfully lawless and unreckonable in its forms.
The stroke last year that took away much of Chip's language capacity was an unreckonable cruelty.
The decision to go to war to overthrow the government of Iraq will bring unreckonable death and suffering to that country, the surrounding region and, possibly, the United States.