- imponderableelfennau annelwig
Noun(1) a factor whose effects cannot be accurately assessed
Adjective(1) difficult or impossible to evaluate with precision
(1) I don't have answers, but I do have the deep, imponderable questions that plague the world of business.(2) What the characters are thinking and feeling and what they are doing is often as imponderable and revelatory to them as to us.(3) So he accepted Empedocles elements as a kind of intermediary between this imponderable stuff and the tangible world.(4) And honor requires, from time to time, fighting to be done for imponderable and abstract reasons.(5) With these vague and imponderable concerns behind us, we may return to the main line of our story refreshed and unburdened of all such feckless speculation.(6) Calculation of consequences is always more imponderable than deduction from principles, so the room for disagreement remains considerable.(7) It is always something imponderable , something that lies in between things.(8) I was struck by some conjunction of what can be repaired and yet remains virtually imponderable .(9) The presence of so many imponderable factors necessarily renders the process a complex and imprecise one and one which is incapable of producing anything better than an approximate result.(10) Some can be answered while others remain the imponderable stuff of philosophy.(11) Gone were the secret incantations and gothic tales of interred bodies, but the divining rod remained, now viewed as a conductor of imponderable fluids.(12) This expectation accounts for Powers's interest in imponderable fluids.(13) What remains imponderable is the percentage of those who will remain active and whether their activities will be directed at international targets.(14) Piling pebbles upon the beach, the water laps against the sky, the low sound measuring time's loss, the imponderable construction of a memory.(15) There is the imponderable question of what will happen to the oil price, given that account must be taken of its impact not only on the domestic economy, but on the full range of trading partners.(16) Their superstar nuptials attract acclamation of imponderable scale, the industry falls at their feet in supplication, and the simplest family outing becomes an event of global import.
1. imponderable ::
2. undefinable ::
3. indeterminable ::
4. indiscernible ::
6. neutral ::
7. weightless ::
8. alembicated ::
9. fugacious ::
10. illusory ::
Different Formsimponderable, imponderables
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