1Not able to be definitely ascertained, calculated, or identified: a woman of indeterminable age
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- A girl of indeterminable age stood behind her, a grin on her face.
- Clean shaven and bald, save for a jet black goatee upon his chin, his age was nearly indeterminable.
- Cal's new doctor was a tall Indian of indeterminable age, anywhere from late twenties to equally late forties.
late 15th century (in the sense 'unable to be limited'): from late Latin indeterminabilis, from in- 'not' + determinabilis (see determinable).
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- However, in reality nature is indeterminably more powerful than we are, and she will have the last laugh.
- At some indeterminably distant point, a band of dark cloud hovers, apparently held between twin fingers of ice and sky.
- This has been an indeterminably long week of waiting.