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Lewis : inaestimabilis

inaestimabilis, ĭnaestĭmābĭlis, e, adj. In gen., that cannot be estimated or judged of: nihil tam incertum nec tam inaestimabile est quam animi multitudinis, so little to be counted upon, Liv. 31, 34, 3.

In partic. Inestimable, invaluable, incalculable: quod e grege se imperatorum, velut inaestimabilem, secrevisset, Liv. 35, 14, 12: gaudium, id. 29, 32, 2: monumentum occasionis, Val. Max. 4, 8, 1.

* Not worthy to be esteemed, valueless, opp. aestimabile, Cic. Fin. 3, 6, 20.